Virgenya Zhu (virgenya-zhu)firstname.lastname@example.org
Virgenya Zhu (‘25) is an Opinions and Humor writer. She likes going to vintage thrift stores, writing about current events, and just about anything in hot pink. She’s also a poet and can be found staring at pretty rocks on the floor.
As Barbie and Oppenheimer hit theaters and became mainstream sensations, the precedent they set, both individually and collectively as widely successful social commentary, acts as a call for future media to dive further into the flaws within our cultural values and standards.