Chayenne Mia is a Columbia College sophomore with prospective majors in creative writing and psychology. Speaking of Mia runs alternate Tuesdays.
Chayenne Mia on gaslighting, a form of psychological manipulation that leaves victims convinced that they haven't been manipulated.
You feel most “you” when you’re depressed, and coming out of it—coming back into the life you once led—can feel overwhelming, disingenuous, or unappealing.
In conversations about women's issues, men need to take a step back and hear what actual women have to say.
Despite Columbia's pride in its socioeconomic diversity, there's always a pressure both to assimilate and not to appear like we're trying too hard to assimilate.
Chayenne Mia explores the tendency to attribute negative interactions to racism and sexism. Real discrimination will be taken seriously if we resist the urge to blame it constantly.
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