Eve Clark

  • June 22, 2017By Eve Clark

    Content warning for discussion and depiction of eating disorders. This Tuesday, Netflix released the trailer for its upcoming movie To the Bone, which stars Lily Collins as anorexic twenty-year-old Ellen. Since its release, the trailer has created a stir online as people debate whether it is triggering for impressionable audiences, or a much-needed depiction of

  • June 15, 2017By Eve Clark

    Ever since I learned how to read in kindergarten, I’ve loved books. It was Harry Potter that first sparked that love, and ever since then, novels have been my escape. Rowling, Riordan, Lewis, and Snicket- I loved them all. However, it wasn’t until I was fourteen that I read a book that made me feel

  • June 6, 2017By Eve Clark

    Because sometimes you need a song that captures your experience more accurately. Ranging from sad to scared to hopeful, here are some songs to add to your playlist this month. “Nara” by alt-J A British indie rock band, alt-J’s specialty is thought-provoking and interesting music. Their song, “Nara,” written in response to Russia’s homophobia during

  • April 19, 2017By Eve Clark

    You’ve seen these characters before. They may be that girl in that popular new YA novel, or the lone female character in an action movie. Kick-ass, tough, and witty, the strong female character takes no sh*t from anybody. So why do I have a problem with strong women, you may ask? I don’t. I have