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Stop Four: Dupont Circle

Reclining back into my seat, I watched an avalanche of white students in the infamous green and gold uniforms of my alma mater make their way onto the train. I waited for just one student of color to walk in wearing green and gold, and was disappointed.

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‘Perfect Places’

I was just one month into my freshman year of high school, reluctantly confined to the tobacco-farming hilltown I had called home for 15 years, when Lorde released her debut album “Pure Heroine.”

On True Illusions
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On True Illusions

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Kahn | Khan

In a rush to reach home this morning, you did not check the newspaper: After nine years, the assassination of a governor and federal minister who dared speak out in her defense, and a back and forth in the courts as well as the streets, Aasia Bibi’s conviction has been overturned by the Supreme Court. Riots are overtaking the nation.

On True Illusions
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On True Illusions

Our brains may be vulnerable to stereotypes and eager to jump to conclusions, but art forces us to slow down and rethink our expectations.

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R.I.P. to the Mrs.

There are a few decent people on this campus. But they’re probably either boo’d up or not looking to date you.

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Dear Harvard Liberals: If You Want to Win, Leave the Bubble

Echo chambers convince Harvard progressives that with their genius, they can bring the entire country along to their blue revolution.

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Real Friends

The worst part of my depression was the loneliness caused by my impulsive desire to isolate myself.

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The Valuable Parts of ‘Legacy’

Institutions should aim to be so good that alumni want to send their kids to them and remain engaged for their whole lives. But legacy is worth building, not buying.

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‘The Suicide Musicals’: Combating the Stigma of Mental Illness

While progress has certainly been made, the stigma is far from broken. Even these niche musicals seem caught between fully embracing mental illness and appealing to a mainstream audience.

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Enjajaja!

Enya is a Vine star: She has made her name posting Vines, seven second videos filled with slapstick comedy, cursing, and child-like ridiculousness, on social media for her thousands of followers, yet it also challenges notions of how laughter and marginalized identity can coexist.

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Do … Less?

I am genuinely glad that there are students who want to lead and serve Harvard as its undergraduate leaders, but I would pose the following question to these candidates: What would you take away?

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Telling the Story of the Migrant Caravan

When we see other human beings in pain, we experience empathy. We try to help. That should have been the story of the migrant caravan.

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Leading With Love

Our challenge in these moments of crisis is to process the death, anger, and hatred this world hands to us and find a way, still, to respond with deep love.

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Borders Everywhere Are Becoming Real — and Deadly

If we can’t defuse the bomb of nationalism, the risks might be unprecedented.

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