The Aristophanesathon: A Cheeky, Feminist Feast as Means of Refuge in Our Turbulent Times

By Mariah Schultz Talking turtles, horny Athenians, and kiddy daiquiris are just a few of the delights in store if you dare to sit through the four hours of The Hypocrites’ The Aristophanesathon. That’s right, folks, you read that correctly. Four hours of Aristophanes’ eleven surviving comedies including two twenty minute intermissions. But rest assured,... Continue Reading →

Fleabag: The Anti-Rom Com

by Maddy Mason Ryan Gosling holds Rachel McAdams up in the pouring rain. Leo and Kate look longingly off to the side as their giant faces flank the RMS Titanic. Jennifer Garner skips in front of an outline of New York city, wearing a little slip and trenchcoat. The Rom-Com ranks pretty low for me... Continue Reading →

We Need a Comedy of Humanity

by Jordan Scott Hardesty The United States deserves a good laugh. We’ve been wrapped up in news articles, disingenuous speeches, suffering, and chaos for well over a year and honestly, it’s taking a toll on our mental health. A couple of years ago, we wouldn’t willingly look to argue with strangers on the internet over... Continue Reading →

Laura Biagi’s S.A.D Self Love

by Emma Durbin When I am single on Valentines Day, do I feel failure because I am lonely, or is it because I’ve been told that my relationship status determines my value as a human being? And what if I chose to be alone and ignore “Galentine's” Day? Does my decision to not be with... Continue Reading →

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