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Israel
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Israel

Israel
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Better Than Solo

I learned that even though I thought I had to be alone to figure out my thoughts, sometimes another person can help you sort them out.

Annie Jump Cannon
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Eyes to the Sky: Annie Jump Cannon and the Harvard Observatory

While Cannon’s system of classification was respected by and essential to the astronomical community, it was dubbed the “Harvard System,” erasing Cannon’s name from its history.

Frances Silber
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My Grandmother's Books

“So,” she would say, “what are you reading now?”

Joshua Goldstein
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Joshua Goldstein

Joshua Goldstein
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Endpaper: Find Yours

Name an issue, and I would kick out a hackneyed one-liner you might find on a liberal Democrat’s campaign website. She would push back, and, with that, the game would begin.

Molly E. Wharton
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Molly E. Wharton

Molly E. Wharton
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My Economy of Language

In our complicated world of unobservable factors, messy data, and nonlinear relationships, economists often must find clever ways to measure the causal effect of one variable on another.

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Endpaper: The President's Chair Affair

We couldn’t wait to tell the rest of the staff how we had heroically saved our sacred chair from another bout of torture by the ‘Poonsters… or so we thought.

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Hannah Natanson Headshot
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Searching for David

As soon as I grew old enough to understand what the death of my brother meant, I became obsessed with other people’s siblings.

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Endpaper: What I Mean

The truth of the matter was that his death jolted me into awareness. It made me all the more conscious of how I was always too afraid that what I’d say wouldn’t be intelligent enough, or substantive enough, or just plain enough.

A movie theater.
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A movie theater.

A movie theater.

A movie theater.
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Endpaper: The Overbearing 'E'

Though at school and on weekends, I thrived while constantly surrounded by people, there was something I did not realize about myself: I actually spent a lot of time alone.