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Christina Horacio

Christina Horacio, Staff Writer, Opinion

Christina Horacio is a creative writing major graduating in 2024, based in California. She is a freelance writer and writes for The Beacon's opinion section.

 

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Reframing the relationship between language and identity

Reframing the relationship between language and identity

By Christina Horacio, Staff Writer, Opinion
Published February 1, 2023

Within the Latine community, the criticism of non-Spanish speaking individuals—often referred to as ‘no sabo kids’—is nothing new. The scrutiny...

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Commodifying murder cases for the sake of a Halloween costume is unethical

By Christina Horacio, Staff Writer, Opinion
Published October 26, 2022

As suspected, Netflix series “Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story” skyrocketed, racking up 496.1 million hours of streaming, making it the ninth most...

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Glamorizing murder cases for entertainment is unethical

By Christina Horacio, Staff Writer, Opinion
Published September 28, 2022

Infamous serial rapist and killer Jeffrey Dahmer is once again trending after the release of Ryan Murphy’s Netflix series “Monster: the Jeffrey Dahmer...

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Stop judging Olivia Wilde’s relationship and start judging her morals

By Christina Horacio, Staff Writer, Opinion
Published September 21, 2022

Olivia Wilde’s upcoming film Don’t Worry Darling, starring Florence Pugh and Harry Styles, has generated quite the controversy. With rumors of affairs,...

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Spielberg’s West Side Story Is Not the ‘Progressive’ Remake We Hoped For

By Christina Horacio, Staff Writer, Opinion
Published March 23, 2022

With the release of this year’s Oscar nominations, Steven Spielberg's 2021 film adaptation of West Side Story has returned to the spotlight. The remake...

Mike Cantalupo 15 interviewing his first subject, Joane Rogers, in his docuseries Centenarians

Mike Cantalupo ‘15 creates docuseries highlighting the value of elders’ wisdom

By Christina Horacio, Staff Writer, Opinion
Published November 13, 2020

Video journalist Mike Cantalupo ‘15 explored the experiences of old souls, specifically those who are or exceed 100 years of age, in his new docuseries...

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