Created by Codi Haigney (Editor), Nora Holmes (Journalist), Emma Martin (Journalist), and Kai Hill (Graphic Designer) during Block 6 2016
“UNRULY is for that questioning fifteen-year-old we once were and who so many of you still are. From an early age, ideas about gender, sexuality, race, bodies, and much more are ingrained in us that become hard not to believe. UNRULY provides the space to overcome these ideologies that can be limiting, confusing, and oftentimes destructive. At UNRULY, we believe in feminism as a space of healing and knowledge-production. We also believe in good, accessible knowledge in order to educate and empower those who may not have access to it otherwise. bell hooks believes in ‘theory as liberatory practice,’ and so do we.”
—Codi Haigney, Editor
Created by Colorado College students Kaimara Herron (Editor), Julian McGinn (Journalist), Sarah “Ingrid” Sundstrom (Journalist), and Nichelle Giraldes (Graphic Designer) during Block 6 2014
“Macho does not want to maintain the status quo. It does not reaffirm common notions of masculinity. It does not claim to speak for those who already have their voices validated. It is for the people on the fringes of [hegemonic] masculinity. It speaks to boys who do not fit into the traditional model. And it asks those who do fit that model to read through the pages and reflect on the ways in which they simultaneously benefit from and are restricted by definitions of masculinity.”
—Kaimara Herron, Editor
Created by Colorado College students Kylan Nelson (Editor), Christopher Banks (Journalist), Samantha Crook (Journalist), and Jesica Ast (Graphic Designer) during Block 6 2014
“We believe the mainstream media’s traditionally negative narrative of women is not the only story to be told. We present critiques, focused primarily on television and sports, of the media’s current depiction of women and offer you alternate portrayals of women that serve to empower.” —Kylan Nelson, Editor
This video (written and produced by Naanibah Begay, Victoria “Tori” Johnson, Paige Harari, and Aurelia Carrillo during FYE 2013) explores perceptions of women who participate in traditionally male sports and weight lifting.
This video explores constructions of gender and sexuality, especially masculinity and heterosexism, in 2012 Super Bowl commercials from a feminist perspective. Produced by Tess Gattuso, Hailey Walsh, Elle Beckett, and Joseph LoyaconoBustos during Block 5 2012.