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The student magazine of Barnard College, December 2015 edition.

Text of Barnard Bulletin December 2015

  • December 2015

    Heading Home for the Holidays

    & Birth Control in the Public EyeA Tree Grows in BarnardDebora Spar!s New York City

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    THE BULLETIN !"!#!" December 2015

    Rebecca Deczynski '16 & Sarah Schreiber '16 Editors-in- Chief

    SOCIAL MEDIA Erica Harreveld '18Tanya Lalwani '18

    FEATURESAnna Weill '16

    POLITICS & OPINIONSheli Frank '16

    ARTS & ENTERTAINMENTaiko suyemoto '16

    NEW YORK CITY LIVINGAriana Busby '18

    HEALTH & STYLEAmanda Breen '17

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    Jordana Roat '16Creative Director

    ART EDITORNoa Herman '18

    COPY EDITORSDanielle Owen '17

    Jessica Tschida '18Lauren Zhang '18Izzy Kramer '19

    Lauren Whittaker '19

    Rachel dunphy '16Managing Editor

    PHOTOSHOOT DIRECTORCARINA HARDY '18

    PHOTOGRAPHY EDITORSHARON WU '18

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  • 3 // Letter from the Editors5 // Behind the Scenes

    6 & 7 // Trending & Playlist

    Health & Style8 // Put Your Best Winter Boot Forward

    9 // Winter is Coming: Defensive Wellness10 // Dress Well, Do Good

    11 // Trends So Nice We'll Wear Them Twice12 // Beyond the Pill

    14 // Clean Eating: A Dirty Myth?15 // Sustainable Beauty

    Features16 // Dear Senior Me

    17 // The Much Needed LinkedIn Tutorial18 // Centerpiece: There's No Place Like Home for the Holidays

    22 // In Her Words: Being an International Student24 // Love, Actually: Ghosting

    26 // The Advice That Carried Me Through College27 // Around the world in 25 Days

    28 // The Bulletin Guide to Must Take Courses

    Politics & Opinion30 // A Tree Grows in Barnard

    32 // She Said She Said: TV Show Reboots33 // Angela Merkel

    34 // Divesment investment37 // Babies for Bernie

    38 // Presidential Christmas40 // Killers in the Classroom

    Arts & Entertainment42 // Top 5 Holiday Specials

    43 // The Misty Project44 // Murray Christmas!

    New York City Living46 // Top 5 Lesser Known Museums Around NYC

    47 // The Old Man and the Museum48 // DSpar's New York City

    49 // Bites Beyond the Bubble

    50 // TBT: The Bulletin in Barnard's Archives

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    Cremorlab Herb Tea Blemish Minus Calming Sheet Mask

    Hannibal Lecter during, Gigi Hadid

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    Rebecca Minkoff Griffin BootsUnleash your inner badass

    Shower SquidsNo more shampoo spills

    all over your bathtub rim

    The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up

  • MarRY YOU

    Bruno Mars

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    THE BULLETIN !"!7!"!December 2015

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    Master of NoneYour !rst Net"ix binge of the holiday season

    Nars Bette LipstickThe perfect vampy lip

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    THE BULLETIN - 11 - December 2015

    Fashion is often predicated on originality. Shock factor and the ensuing oh-I-need-it feeling is, youd think, the result of something new. But what about the trends so damn good, we cant give them up after one season? Were not talk-ing timeless staplesscrew diamonds, a crisp white silk shirt is forever. Unless you spill wine on it. Then its not.

    Were talking about the trendy pieces that you worry wont work in a few years, but invest in anyway. And then we just so happen to love them so much that we reuse, recycle, and repeat. Read on for four trends so alluring that we just cant let go.

    Adidas Stan Smiths and SuperstarsStarting around last spring Adidas Su-

    perstars and Stan Smiths under-went a major revival. Although

    the traditional white Su-perstars with the black

    3-stripe and the clas-sic green-accented Stan Smiths are

    by far the most popu-lar, featured collabs ddefinitely gave these sneakers a dynamic edge. The sneaker world nearly imploded with Phar-rells Supercolor Superstar collection, featuring 50 hues that spanned the rainbows spectrum, individually monochrome on the classic silhouette. Raf Simons also did a few monochrome renditions of the Stan Smith, swapping the the 3-stripe for a per-forated R; the collabs standouts were the beige and the metal-lic versions. These kicks can be easily adopted into your ward-robe, especially if you choose to cop the traditional versions, just swap them in for those Chuck Taylors youve been wearing since middle school.

    The A-Line SkirtThese adorable minis are a definite nod to the 70s, but please do not feel obligated to pair them with ruffled peasant tops or calf length go-go bootsjust dont do it. The A-line skirt is best paired with toned-down tops, like a black mock-neck or a simple tee, tucked in. Whats nice about the a-line mini is that

    it becomes the centerpiece of your look; many retailers are of-fering them with a combination of front buttons and oversized pockets, made in denim, cord, or patch-work fabrics. S i n c e these skirts are so popular you can find them for pretty cheap.

    The Dad HatThe name may catch you off guard, but there is nothing quite as cool these days as a classic cap, like the kind your dad has with his favorite sports team on it. Honestly any old cap will do, go dig through your closet and find the ones you tucked away during the Trucker Hat a n d Snapback epidemics. Random logos and designs are all game, but feel free to cop a cap from OVO Store or Nike for added dopeness. The Dad hat is perfect for your bummy days, so pair them with leggings/tailored sweats and cool outerwear to achieve the lazy-cool aesthetic.

    Bomber JacketsBombers first made their appearance in the 1940s as functional, warm outerwear for aviators in World War II. Many of them were made in leather, accented with fur collars, however with military revision, bombers began to appear how we commonly imagine them today. The classic sage green color used for this outerwear was originally purposed for effective camouflage during the Viet-nam War, and the bright orange lining was so the jackets could be turned inside-out for rescue visibility. With time these jackets were replicated and adopted into everyday wear; bombers are now available in any color, but dark greens, maroons, and navies are ideal for fall/winter dressing. Take a note from Kylie Jenner, (perhaps this should be the only note), and pair your jacket with a simple crop top and ripped jeans to achieve the sporty-styled look.

    Trends So NiceYoull Wear Them Twice

    by Imani Randolph

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