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Sophia Kim-O'Sullivan
Sophia is a freshman who goes by many names and calls many places home. When she's not in the middle of her continual identity crisis Sophia likes to host karaoke nights at her dorm, study with friends, and watch Steven Universe. Sophia's quirkiest trait is her tendency to fall asleep in random places: the ground, her friend's bed, or at church. A devout Christian, committed socialist, indigenous activist, wannabe historian, and lover of politics Sophia's favorite activity are her late night discussions with friends.

Misportraying the Mormon faith

Recently, I flipped out in a Messenger group chat — a reaction I have experienced with more frequency lately. In this instance I was venting, somewhat unfairly to my good friend, over the portrayal of our shared faith. We are both members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints. In popular media, it…

Being American

Sophia Kim-O'Sullivan discusses how current American culture may alienate people who wish to become American, and push away those who already question if it's part of their identity

Abortion as a diagnostic of societal misogyny

Growing up as a Californian youth transplanted into the deserts of Utah, there were specific topics I learned to avoid if I didn’t want to be considered an oddity: politics, feminism, and race. Most of the time I managed to get along pleasantly with my ultra conservative neighbors, sticking to vanilla flavored subjects like the…
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