In order to deconstruct the stereotypes faced by Asian Americans, the term “Asian American” itself must include the diverse experiences of both East and South Asians. Alisha Ukani uses Alex Tizon’s memoir “Big Little Man” to critique the use of “Asian American” to mean “East Asian American” and highlight the pervasive problem of South Asian erasure.
Staff writer Olivia Herrington reflects on her time at the Rift Valley Children’s Village in Tanzania, and what the children there taught her.
Now more than ever, young people have been using their clothing to express their political opinions and to show solidarity with causes they care about.
By prioritizing humor over politics, “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” tackles complex political issues in an easily palatable format.
Cable news networks are treating Sean Spicer’s press conferences a lot like sports events, but there’s more at stake than trophies; it’s politics.
Following Governor Robert Bentley’s scandalous resignation, can Alabama overcome decades of corruption to become more a democratic state?
The HPR’s Culture staff discusses the complexities of intersectionality, identity, and the formation of transgender policy in women’s institutions.