Letter From the Editor

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Dear Reader,   If I could, I would replace this letter with my laptop’s desktop background. Unfortunately, a description of the photograph will have to suffice. We’ll utilize language as a bridge to shared consciousnes­s; see the image through my … Continued

Slocum the Lecher

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by Alta Viscomi, guest writer   Last month, Duke University’s Student Government voted to rename Aycock Residence Hall due to overwhelming evidence that its namesake, Charles Aycock, governor of North Carolina from 1859 to 1912, was a white supremacist. Duke’s … Continued

A Short History of Zak Kroger

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by Catherine Sinow, staff writer   Zak Kroger is 31 years old, and he is Loomis’ Residential Life Coordinator. He has a puffy, boyish face, glasses, short brown hair and his wardrobe is all muted blues. He sits cross-legged at … Continued

Flying Under the Gaydar

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by Jay Combs, guest writer   My hickeys forced me out of the closet. I used a frozen spoon, a ChapStick cap and all the cover-up I could find in an attempt to hide the evidence of the night before, … Continued

Activist Burnout

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by Lauren Athans, guest writer; illustration by Charlie Theobald, staff artist   “There are two documentary screenings tonight. One is about human trafficking and one is about the meat industry so I guess … pick your poison,” my professor joked … Continued

Reclaiming Roots

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by Isobel McBride, guest writer   “In Dublin’s fair city, Where the girls are so pretty, I first set my eyes on sweet Molly Malone, As she wheeled her wheel-barrow, Through streets broad and narrow, Crying, “Cockles and mussels, alive, … Continued

King Kale

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An exclusive interview with the hottest new vegetable by Max Hittesdorf, staff writer; illustrations by Sarah Ross, editor   Kale is a buzzword these days. Sort of like when someone says “terrorism” or “republican” or “liberal” or “abortion” or “kazoo” … Continued

Green Is the New Black

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by Miles Cooper, guest writer; illustration by Sophie Javna, staff artist   I realized this morning that I hate who I’ve  become. I drink out of plastic water bottles, I forget to compost at Benji’s and I even leave the … Continued

Insistence of Place

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by Lee Farese, guest writer; illustrations by Sarah Ross, editor   For a week this winter, I spent every morning with an Ouzel, or an American Dipper. Each morning just before sunrise, out down the road and to the river, … Continued

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