Nana Frimpong

About Nana Frimpong

Nana is a third year student majoring in English, and minoring in women and gender studies and media studies. Her hobbies include reading books and obsessing over all things Oprah and Michelle Obama. She is looking forward to working with a team of creative and passionate people.
5 10, 2016

I Am Not Your Costume

October 5th, 2016|Arts & Life|0 Comments

Halloween shouldn’t be the only time we contemplate cultural appropriation.

26 02, 2015

Diversity at UTSC: An Opinion

February 26th, 2015|Arts & Life|0 Comments

I’m a black girl. I’m a black student, daughter, truth-seeker, green-drink sipping... black girl. My perception of self will continue to be rooted in the fact that I am me and I live in this skin. Here’s my problem: I cannot seem to fully grasp the concept of diversity. As one of five black females ...

22 10, 2014

Lena Dunham is Not That Kind of Girl. She’s Better.

October 22nd, 2014|Arts & Life|0 Comments

In the scope of artistic genius, some believe Lena Dunham triumphs over all. Her cunning, witty and honest approach to life is refreshing to viewers. Dunham’s stardom has been on a steady increase with the numerous Emmy nominations, book deals and the megahit HBO show, Girls under her belt. This year, Dunham used her entrepreneurial spirit ...