Welcome back to the fourteenth installment of Spire’s Bops and Flops, the series where yours truly reviews the best and worst music of the month. To my fellow FSU students, happy summer! While there … [Read more...] about April in Music : Bops and Flops
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Over the summer of 2020, my mother was diagnosed with breast cancer. During this time, I learned a lot about the harsh reality of living with cancer. Media depictions of cancer often fail to … [Read more...] about Don’t Tell Me to Be Strong : The Damaging Ways We Talk About Cancer
Of all the things to raise a fuss online about in 2021 — domestic terrorism at the Capitol, GameStop's stocks taking an unexpected turn, everyone's favorite childhood TV shows getting rebooted for … [Read more...] about Hasbro’s Renaming of Potato Head Has Become the Next Moral Panic. Lazy Media Coverage is the Culprit.
Welcome back to the thirteenth installment of Spire’s Bops and Flops, the series where yours truly reviews the best and worst music of the month. March may have flown by, but we managed to score some … [Read more...] about March In Music : Bops and Flops
This article was submitted to Spire Magazine by Hannah Fulk (she/her). For more information on submitting to Spire, visit our contribute page. Every Tuesday I attend a hybrid course on campus. On … [Read more...] about Is it safe, smart, or realistic for FSU to go “back to normal” in Fall 2021?
Florida’s Republican lawmakers want to decrease the amount of financial aid state colleges give to students whose degrees are less likely “result in a job after graduation.” Introduced by Senator … [Read more...] about College is About More Than Degrees That “Lead to Jobs,” Senator Baxley