- Letter from the Editor
- Campus Eye
- Dualism in Double Exposure
- Eleanor Roosevelt: No Ordinary Life
- Female Popstars
- Female Trouble in Bollywood
- From Sexual Harassment to 105K
- My Mother's Closet
- Questioning the College Board: Student Perspectives on AP Exams
- The Bright, Clean Halls
- The Pelvic and the Pill: Recollections of A Summer Place, 1959
- Unlit Cigarette
- The Review
The Next Landing
What is sexual harassment? The Oxford English Dictionary defines this term as: “harassment (typically of a woman) in a workplace, or other professional or social situation, involving the making of unwanted sexual advances or obscene remarks.” What does sexual harassment mean? Does sexual harassment still exist? Sexual harassment seems like something that used to happen, a problem from bygone days when women were only secretaries or nurses seduced by attractive lawyers and doctors.
The films of the Indian movie industry have played a significant role in forming my hybrid identity. They allowed me to identify as Indian even when I was growing up in the United States. They make me feel at home as I study abroad in the United Kingdom. The Hindi language, the sounds and sights of India’s chaotic streets, the music -- these aspects of the movies touch me, they remind me of why I’m proud to be Indian. But when it comes to my gender, my identification with Bollywood films stops short.