• Sabrina Arezo

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    navigating fitness in university

    April 5, 2019
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    Content Warning: Mentions of over-exercise, eating disorders, body insecurity It’s 7:55 a.m. on a Saturday, and I’m sliding weights onto a barbell in the corner of Studio 1 of the Nelson, fidgeting with the metal clamps that keep them in place. Fitness Instructor Kay Rutherford tests the sound system while other students and community members […]

    your spring break as a spotify playlist

    tunes for every mood

    March 22, 2019
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    Well, folks, somehow the semester is already half over and spring break has sprung upon us! Of course, this gives me yet another opportunity to impose my music on you. Without further ado, here’s a somewhat angsty playlist of songs for every single moment of your break, with a few minor tweaks to the lyrics […]

    (her)oes

    reflections of the comic book superheroines who shaped me

    March 8, 2019
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    Next to an out-of-business Herberger’s and a local deli chain, my hometown comic book store sits with cardboard cutouts of superheroes and logos decorating its windows. Above the door, a font reminiscent of the ’80s spells out “Granite City Comics and Games.” When I go back home, I drive past it every once in a […]