Articles by Grace Johnson (18)

Columns, Opinions

Johnson ’19: The misogyny factor

April 24, 2017 2 comments

Last Wednesday, Fox News finally dismissed the host of “The O’Reilly Factor” after years of silencing sexual assault allegations with settlements.

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Johnson ’19: A more diverse Spring Weekend

April 11, 2017 Comments are Disabled

Our student body, even in its spring stupor, craves more than just musical capability.

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Johnson ’19: Empathy for Middlebury

March 22, 2017 3 comments

Headlines about the visit of controversial libertarian Charles Murray to Middlebury College March 2 were sensational and full of click-bait.

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Johnson ’19: An even more political Oscars, please?

March 6, 2017 Comments are Disabled

The Oscars are meant to celebrate the art of film — but, of course, nothing can escape politics.

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Johnson ’19: Art versus the ‘Art of the Deal’

February 21, 2017 Comments are Disabled

In anticipation of the Oscars this weekend, we can look back at a film and music awards season that was one of the most politicized in recent memory.


Johnson ’19: Taking control of our birth control

February 2, 2017 Comments are Disabled

When a personal health choice like birth control is placed in jeopardy, it is a sure sign that our nation is in retrogression


Johnson ’19: Absent absentee votes

November 28, 2016 Comments are Disabled

I rode the RIPTA downtown Nov. 8 wearing a white shirt (to salute suffragette pioneers) to vote in my first presidential election


Johnson ’19: Harvard, please do better

November 7, 2016 Comments are Disabled

At the end of last month, a file written by the Harvard men’s soccer team in 2012 was found on the Internet.


Johnson ’19: Hiding homesickness

October 26, 2016 1 comment

What do I miss most about home? I miss the blue of the water and the pinks of the sky.


Johnson ’19: The potential and pitfalls of Facebook politics

October 11, 2016 Comments are Disabled

As I scroll through Facebook, I notice a staggeringly disproportionate number of political posts compared to apolitical ones.