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Hello, Sheila!

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Sheila Heti’s writing has been featured in The New York Times, The New Yorker, Vulture, and Geist. She has written 10 books, including How Should a Person Be?, Motherhood, and, most recently, Pure Colour. She pays $134.99 annually for access to unlimited conversations with AI chatbots.  I share Heti’s fascination

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More Than a Line Through the Dirt

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In September, I grew sick of walking between city trees. I wanted to wander alongside misshapen, varied plants, the kind that I could be sure were planted by the wind or a forgetful squirrel. My housemate Laurel and I set out for a late-summer hike, and we were ecstatic when

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Going Home

Not All That Foreign is a biweekly column about life as an international Yalie. On the last day of the semester, the exodus begins. International students at Yale pack their bags, lock their dorms, and go their separate ways only to reconvene at JFK’s Terminal 4. There, we enjoy the

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Oversaturated 

Ding! You have 647 YouTube notifications highlighted in an angry red color staring back at you. Better click on it before the dopamine in your caveman brain drops even slightly from failing to clear it! Ding! Your Fizz post got 10 upvotes! You haven’t felt this sensation since hitting your

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The Yale Herald, a weekly Yale undergraduate publication, is nestled in the sweet spot between magazine and newspaper. Since 1986, the Herald has aimed to provide in-depth, analytical reporting and includes personal essays, interviews and profiles, culture articles, creative writing, reviews, humor, and feature coverage of campus and local happenings. With a circulation of 3,000, the Herald is the second-highest circulated campus publication and is distributed free of charge throughout the Yale campus and New Haven businesses.

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