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(Gabrielle Mayer) — As is true of most rising freshmen, I had a long and luxurious summer honeymoon with my future college persona. I fantasized about my imminent undergrad escapades: … Continue reading
(James Hildebrand)– In these three months following my mom’s death I’ve struggled to find some unifying thread that ties together everything that’s happened. I’ve wanted to get my hands on … Continue reading
(Liya Rechtman)– Over winter break, a friend and I traveled around Israel. We visited my family, helped a friend film his thesis on Israeli-Palestinian cooperation, but mostly we just wandered … Continue reading
After a childhood in post-9/11 America, I have become used to the idea that political statements and ideologies may become embedded in seemingly-innocuous things, and that culture wars may then … Continue reading
(Yasmina Martin)-Last Sunday (February 3rd) I went to Smith College with a few friends to see Alison Bechdel speak as part of the “Activist Archives” event. Bechdel, creator of the “Dykes … Continue reading
(Marie Lambert)–It is a truth universally acknowledged that any article discussing Pride and Prejudice must begin with the phrase “it is a truth universally acknowledged.” This week marks the 200th … Continue reading
(Yasmina Martin)-While at home, I’ve been trying to knock some books off my long list and explore my bookshelf before buying any new ones. Since I’ve taken my favorite books with me to college, … Continue reading