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Written in the summer of 2014 We were all different in the same way. We rebelled against our parents, the fashion industry and pop music by finding the most unlikely things and romanticizing them. We loved thrift stores, the non-chain coffee shop around the corner, the smell of books that we never bought but read… Continue reading [Insert Ironic Title Here]
Coming of Age in a Time of Religious Transformation and Global Religious Violence: Religious Life at Northwestern University TIME Magazine asked, “Is God Dead?” on the cover of its April 1966 issue. The article argued that religion was no longer necessary in society and that understanding of science would replace religious belief. Yet, almost 50… Continue reading Coming of Age in a Time of Religious Transformation
Originally published December 14, 2015 by Hunny Magazine Comparing women’s magazines from 1850, 1950, and now, the “sphere of woman” has changed – though not as much as you’d think. Women’s magazines have been a part of the female community since the late 1600’s with the publication of Lady’s Mercury. Since then, hundreds of magazines… Continue reading 1850, 1950, and 2015: Women’s Magazines and the Changing Sphere of Woman