Cutting the Cord

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by fourth year Chelsea Harvey Throughout history, there has been perhaps no greater threat to a person’s identity than their mother. Hamlet struggled with his. […]

Sticks and Stones

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by Anonymous Growing up, we all heard the adage from adults: “Sticks and stones can break your bones, but words can never hurt you.” It’s […]

The Lucky Few

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by fourth year Morgan Kemper Thanks to my mother, a strong woman going on her 15th year in public special education, I have the privilege […]

To Those Figuring It Out

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by fourth year Anna Wilson The end of my semester usually coincides with a quarter-life crisis in which I try to answer the question everyone […]

If I Won the Lottery

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by third year Erik Wien Earlier this year, an Irish woman named Margaret Loughrey won the EuroMillions jackpot of roughly $46 million. In one of […]

Athens Before Us

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by third year Laura Pontari The other day I was driving and found myself lost (thanks, Google maps) and ended up in an unfamiliar part […]