Culture

A Continental Competition

Picture this: Two white boys. One gay and tall, the other short and straight. A third boy, Latino, with an ambiguous sexual

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Writing Across Asymmetries

Why does Twitter hate American Dirt?  Macmillan Publishers released Jeanine Cummings’ fourth novel with every advantage an author could hope for: a

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A Continental Competition

Picture this: Two white boys. One gay and tall, the other short and straight. A third boy, Latino, with an ambiguous sexual

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Writing Across Asymmetries

Why does Twitter hate American Dirt?  Macmillan Publishers released Jeanine Cummings’ fourth novel with every advantage an author could hope for: a

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Here for the Jazz

A few weeks back, I spent a Friday night on the third floor of the Institute Library, Connecticut’s oldest private circulating library,

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Common Ground

When I visit the Grove Street Cemetery, I look for languages. Scattered among the headstones, I often find Latin or Hebrew, but

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My Neopia Myopia

Last semester, I took an anthropology class called Technology and Culture that led me to rethink many forms of entertainment I encountered

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Breakfast Gone Masc

I go home to San Diego, Calif., only twice during the academic year: winter break and spring break. Though I always look

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Eccentric Fare

All-nighters fall into one of two categories: either they are worth it, or they are not. Usually, they are not. Any sense

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Pondering the Shores of Grief

Wandering the endless halls of the Yale University Art Gallery (YUAG) at the beginning of the semester, I stumbled across Théodore Géricault’s Shipwrecked

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