Category Archives: Binary

Final Project: Evolution of Gender in Disney Movies

As a little girl, I was just about as girly as anyone could possibly be, and that isn’t an exaggeration.  My room was completely pink, I had a matching bow for every outfit, and I wore only dresses and Mary- … Continue reading Continue reading

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Gender and Sexuality: Who Are We Tryna’ Fool?*

In My Gender Workbook by Kate Bornstein, through reading, we were encouraged to question are understanding of gender and the complications that ensue from the belief that a gender binary exists and encompasses all people. Bornstein states that “the socially … Continue reading Continue reading

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The Pursuit of Randomness

The section of Cryptonomicon that really caught my attention was the section between pages 422 and 427. This section describes the British interception of German messages from U-553. These messages are different from the previously intercepted Enigma messages. These messages … Continue reading Continue reading

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