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April 24, 2014
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I Should Go Back To School

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People my age at work are basically quitting in advance of going back to school in the fall. They’re so excited, and I’m excited for them, since our current situation is pretty uninspiring and, to be dramatic, grim. I didn’t appreciate school enough. In college, I spent my time preparing for a journalism career, and […]

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April 23, 2014
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Feature: Unspoken Tales

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It’s during one of the shortest seasons of the year that Mother Earth shows her greatest disdain for me by punishing me with allergies. The allergies cause me different debilitations every year: Sometimes everything may be running smoothly except my eyes will bulge from their sockets, red with itchiness, while other times I may lose the ability to breathe through my nose altogether. This year? […]

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April 21, 2014
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Clarity Weekend

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This past weekend, I intentionally didn’t do much. After a busy past month, both socially and at work, my brain was fried, and I needed a couple days to relax and regroup. It helped that my friends were home for Easter, which most of New York was doing, and that the weather wasn’t nice enough […]

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April 19, 2014
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Weekly Rewind (4/13-4/19)

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Real Life ‘Kiss the Girl’ – The Daily Beast – Acapella? The Little Mermaid? Adorkable guy? What more would you want? “Tuition,” A Cover Of Beyoncé’s Song “Partition” About Student Loans, Is Beyond Real – TheFrisky – Our lives are less “Partition” and more “Tuition.” Though we didn’t spend nearly enough time in the club. […]