Dunni Oduyemi

Thu, Nov 13, 2014, 2:07am
In this week’s lead story, Mariah Gladstone writes that “for people of color, American history has been wrought with oppression—legacies of violence and tragedy. In most cases, these events continue to echo and impact communities today, resulting in a lasting framework of oppression.
Thu, Nov 6, 2014, 3:22am
It was nearing the end of the night, and my friends and I were trying to turn up, so naturally we headed towards PanAf. In the EC lobby, students loitered innocently, waiting to be signed in, waiting for friends, figuring out where to go.
Thu, Oct 23, 2014, 2:21am
In this week’s lead story, former Eye Editor in Chief Rikki Novetsky writes that women “loving women, whether there was an explicitly sexual element to the relationship or not, was a regular and open part of Barnard College life” at the turn of the century.
Thu, Oct 16, 2014, 2:31am
“I find I am constantly being encouraged to pluck out some one aspect of myself and present this as the meaningful whole, eclipsing or denying the other parts of self.” Audre Lorde wrote these words in her seminal work Sister Outsider: Essays and Speeches, which is a collection of i
Thu, Oct 9, 2014, 3:17am
I’ve never had Tinder for more than five minutes, which is exactly how long it takes for me to figure out/remember that creating a profile means that people will, like, actually be able to see my profile and that I can’t just look at everyone without them, in turn, looking at me.
Thu, Oct 2, 2014, 3:23am
“BECAUSE i believe with my holeheartmindbody that girls constitute a revolutionary soul force that can, and will, change the world for real.” So reads the original riot grrrl manifesto, and so this spirit lives on in zines and the cool girls who make them.
Thu, Sep 25, 2014, 3:20am
My first and last theater experience was in the second grade, and I played a deer. I drew a deer on a shirt, cut it so that it had an inexplicable fringe, and tried my darndest to give off deer vibes on stage.
Thu, Sep 18, 2014, 3:07am
There are many Columbia and Barnard students for whom the idea of the typical Columbia/Barnard student is alienating. Trust-fund babies with more money than they know what to do with, whose families have attended Columbia for generations, and who don’t have to think about paying bills.
Thu, Sep 18, 2014, 3:01am
Dunni Oduyemi talks to Janet Mock about black feminism, finding her voice, and her favorite things to do in NYC.
Mon, Sep 15, 2014, 2:56am
Although we mourn the loss of our beloved print product, The Eye is here to stay as a vibrant and dynamic online magazine.