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Menon: Freedom to choose

Ari Menon, Columnist October 14, 2016

My attention was first brought to this issue roughly a month or so ago, when France passed the burkini ban, permanently barring women from wearing more modest swimwear. This ban is sort of an addition...

Menon: Don’t degrade other women

Arundhati Menon January 22, 2016

Last semester, as I was in the middle of the last of my studying marathon study sessions for finals, I began to contemplate the meaning and use of life in the common room of a friend’s residence hall....

Menon: Growing in college is tale of talking emotions

Arundhati Menon November 20, 2015

It all started last week when I picked up the syllabus to chart out a schedule to study for my chemistry final exam, and realized that I would be done with finals a little before halfway through December....

Menon: Raise your voice

Arundhati Menon October 23, 2015

A couple of weeks ago, I walked into a Sexual Assault and Violence Educators (SAVE) meeting just in time for it to start. As I sat down and looked around me, I realized that there was one boy among around...

Arundhati Menon: Outward appearance never tells all

Arundhati Menon September 25, 2015

During my first week at Case Western Reserve University, we played a game where each of us were made to pick a card, keep it turned away from us and walk around the room interacting with people. Additionally...

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