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Jennifer A. Gathright

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Columns

Realizing Race

The film is far from perfect, but it performs the difficult and important job of forcing its viewers to think about those touchy things that might make them angry, or uncomfortable, or confused. And those feelings are certainly a start.

#TBT
Columns

TBH, I love TBTs

At school, I feel as if I’m constantly losing parts of the person I was for those eighteen years before I came here.

Columns

The Real World?

We have been given a gift here, but we are often so stressed out about how to make the most of it that we miss the mark.

Op-Eds

Freshman Survey: Tl;dr

The freshman survey will make you laugh, because, much like this op-ed, some of it does not make sense.

Op-Eds

Sometimes, I Wish Boys Would Talk to Me

Last week, I asked four of my male friends whether they considered themselves feminists. All four said no.

Op-Eds

Holler At Me, Datamatch

I’m eternally thankful that, unlike many women who came before me and many women around the world today, my future does not depend on finding a husband.

Op-Eds

Being Sophomoric

The transition from the glamorous life of a socialite in the bustling metropolis of Harvard Square to a rugged cabin lifestyle in the rural Quad wilderness has been harder than expected.

Op-Eds

I Need Some “Us” Time

Balance means not only taking time for oneself but also taking time to be human. We really can derive so much strength from each other, and it is a shame not to tap into the power source that sincere communication and time spent with others can provide.

Op-Eds

The Climate We Ask For

The U.S. could help shape the international debate on climate change, but it chooses not to because U.S. citizens have yet to demand the discussion.

Free Time
Columns

In Search of Lost Time

Photo Man
Ivy League

Beyond The Silver Screen

Larry, In His Element
Scrutiny

Professor Summers

Data Sculpture
Visual Arts

Painting by the Numbers: Data Visualization