Goodbye summer

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Allison David/Staff

Dear summer 2016,

Let me first start by saying that we summer session students are so sad to be saying our final adieu. Even though we’ve only been together for a few weeks, the time we have spent with you has been absolutely beautiful and we seriously would not have changed it for the world.
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Even though we still have papers to finish and an agonizing week of finals to get through, the real struggle is yet to come. For those of us with friends who are graduating this semester, the ultimate struggle is dealing with the reality that they are leaving. May is the
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I’ve had my desk since I was in the third grade. It’s seen me through all sorts of things: calculus and Jacques Lacan, puka shells and straightened hair, the death of my cat Milton and the ensuing existential crisis. As desks go, its surface is pretty plain — a natural
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Going out with a (sappy) bang

Sex on Tuesday

“Did you just finish?” “Uh, yeah.” “Cool. Just checking.” OK, that was an anticlimactic ending to my middle-of-the-night screw session with my ex-boyfriend-turned-fuck-buddy a few days ago, but it really was the end of it. I don’t think I’m usually the type to have grand reflections on life during such
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San Francisco International Film Festival Preview

On the caboose of the spring train of Bay Area film festivals rides the San Francisco International Film Festival, which is the biggest of them all. Curated by the San Francisco Film Society, the festival is hosted by your favorite local film venues, from the Sundance Kabuki in Japantown to
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