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Taming of the Dimetrodon

Unlike the Dimetrodon, however, we have hope. We can learn, innovate and, most importantly, cooperate.

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Dear Damien Chazelle

If dreamers can create great art, then there seems to be no question that creation is worth all the risk in the world. Briefly put, art matters, and so too do artists—perhaps now more than ever.

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Glitter in Her Eyes

Heteronormativity stole not only part of my childhood, but also part of my identity.

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Glide

One year has passed since his guitar factory opened. Six years have passed since his town was destroyed.

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Fulcrum

The radio / plays the same song, frowning dirge. I’m / sick of that song. I’m sick of the sublime.

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(Take a Trip With Me Down to) New Orleans

Leave the Yard with photos and a full stomach, but this time I was worried that I would change, that I would become this stereotypical nose-upturned snob that we Harvard students appear to be from the outside.

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Dedegumo

History and modernity are one, and in a little corner where they meet, the street leads into an ordinary-looking shop that sells, of all things, timepieces.​

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The Male Gaze

I came to feminism after coming to terms with the illogical defenses of my own psyche, the ways I tolerated when I should not have, the moments when I was active in the oppression of my own gender because I believed I was harder, more equipped.

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How the Women’s March Failed Women

Feminism without intersectionality is just another manifestation of white supremacy and patriarchy.