Marjorie Romeyn-Sanabria
Marjorie Romeyn-Sanabria

Marjorie was born and raised in New York. She graduated from Wesleyan University with a degree in East Asian Studies, concentrating in Political Economy. She spent her junior year in Taipei, Taiwan (with brief stints in Beijing and Hong Kong). Her writing has also appeared on the Daily Caller and Hip Hop Republican. When not engaged in passionate political discussions, she can be found eating noodles, blogging, and writing.

Oct. 28, 2013

'Sherlock' Returns: Benedict Cumberbatch is the Smartest Man on Television

While both 'Luther' and 'Sherlock' have their merits, the blue-eyed, long coat genius is in a class by himself.

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Oct. 2, 2013

This Law Will Give Millennials The Power to Hold Politicians Accountable

By changing the way in which the government calculates debt and the future cost of new laws, the INFORM Act could be a huge help to the millennial generation.
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Aug. 21, 2013

NYC Comptroller Race: Can Eliot Spitzer Be Trusted to Do a Good Job?

It's not just about the sex scandal. Eliot Spitzer's career is over because of the kind of sex scandal he carried on, while he was governor and attorney general.
Aug. 20, 2013

Feminism is For White Women

Women's rights should be available to all women, not just the privileged few.
Aug. 14, 2013

The Awkward Years Project Teaches Kids That Real Beauty Comes From a Flat Iron

Some people don't grow out of their awkward phase. And that's a good thing.
July 23, 2013

Need a Soundtrack For Summer? Terraplane Sun Has Got You Covered

This artist goes well with rooftop parties and the beach.

July 22, 2013

Is Pacific Rim’s Mako Mori a Feminist Hero?

Guillermo del Toro's summer blockbuster features a new kind of female action hero: a well-rounded human being.
July 19, 2013

American Girl Dolls: Another Example of Corporate America Whitewashing History

Under Mattel's ownership, American Girl dolls have become bland shadows of their former selves. Girls deserve better.
July 3, 2013

July 4th Fireworks: 4 Unexpected Origins Of an American Tradition

I hate to break it to you, America, but while we consider fireworks as American as apple pie, they're actually not.
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July 2, 2013

Why I Am Leaving the Democratic Party

Sorry Dems, it's not me. It's totally you.
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July 1, 2013

No One Will Hire Me, But I'm More Optimistic Than Ever

Rejection is tough, but good things are ahead for me. Millennials make the world a better place by using what we have to create jobs, write books, and force the jaws of fortune to open for us.

June 21, 2013

I is Another's Debut Album Leaves Little to Be Desired

This might be their first album, but these guys are pros.
June 14, 2013

New Music Seminar 2013: Pearl and the Beard Deserve More Love

The Drums just headlined at Webster Hall for the New Music Seminar, and while their music is good, I attended to show Pearl and the Beard a little love, which they deserve.
June 4, 2013

'Revenge Wears Prada' Review: Wait For the Film Adaptation

The much-anticipated "Devil Wears Prada" sequel hits bookstores Tuesday, but we'd rather get a film adaptation of the novel.
June 2, 2013

5 Ways to Read More, Even if You’re a Busy Millennial

Books are your friends, and you would always make time for your friends, wouldn't you?
May 20, 2013

Billboard Awards 2013 Winners and Highlights: Justin Bieber Booed, Taylor Swift Shows Class

Last night's winners included Justin Beiber and Taylor Swift, which the top performance was "Thriftshop" by Macklemore, which won Best Rap Song.

May 10, 2013

7 Totes Most Legit Overused Words in, Like, the Whole World

These words have been overused so much, they've lost their meaning.
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May 7, 2013

Dzhokhar and Tamerlan Tsarnaev: Too Soon For a Book On the Boston Bombers?

This week, barely a month after the Boston Bombings, Riverhead books announced their plans to publish a biography of the Tsarnaev brothers. The timing is insensitive to say the least.
April 26, 2013

Women's Prize Fiction Nominees 2013: Barbara Kingsolver, Maria Semple Make the Cut

The nominees for the inaugural Women's prize for fiction will knock your socks off.
April 15, 2013

5 Reasons I Refuse to Call Myself a Feminist

I assumed as a green college freshman that as an intelligent woman with the hopes of pursuing a career, I was a feminist by default.