The age of social media is upon us. Everything from news to humor; from advertising to expression and art, is saturated with information and is a forum for an increasingly wide variety of debates and discussions. With the current chaotic sociopolitical climate in the world, people have found that the […]
The nerve wracking and immensely satisfying finale of HBO’s enthralling mini-series, Big Little Lies, explores the role of perfection in the patriarchy’s policing of women.
In these turbulent political times, many have reconsidered the place of high profile awards ceremonies in American culture and society. Few critics, however, seem to note that the Academy Awards has historically operated on a troubling dual message.
What do you get when you combine queerness, Blackness, teenage love, urban struggle, and tropical weather? You get Moonlight, a film written and directed by Barry Jenkins and inspired by Tarell Alvin McCraney’s play In Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue.
You wake up and remember the fun you had with your friends last night. But before long, the guilt sets in. You remember when you came home you had two slices of pizza and a half a box of gluten-free cookies. Cue damage control: if you run 5 miles today […]
From the IMPACT Archives October 2014 By David Ongchoco On October 23, 2014, Penn alumni and Jubilee Project Co-founder Jason Y. Lee returned to Penn to talk about the Jubilee Project and for an exclusive pre-screening of Jubilee Project’s latest documentary, “Save My Seoul,” which hopes to inform people about […]