In the movie, a skipping CD results in a boom box getting kicked in someone’s face. In the Broadway production, the song stops because of a wardrobe-malfunction-turned-social-media-scandal.
Catherine Kramer (’14) has a degree in English and works in publishing. Her continued existence is made possible by grace, warm hugs, and iced chai lattes.
by Catherine Kramer | Apr 13, 2018
Do they actually mean it, or are they just playing with the emotions of their fans, trying to up their follower and like count?
by Catherine Kramer | Mar 13, 2018
Locusts. They were good enough for John the Baptist; they are good enough for your toddler.
by Catherine Kramer | Feb 13, 2018
If you think this isn’t for you based on the off-putting title, get thee to a Netflix subscription—this show is definitely for you.
by Catherine Kramer | Mar 13, 2016
But where do our clothes actually come from? Before they get to the mall or the boutique or the bargain bin, before we buy them for their comfort, style, or perceived necessity in our wardrobe. Sure, the tag lists a country, but what does that really mean? Who are the people who make them? What are their working conditions like? Are they paid a living wage?