Making up the distance

Along for the Ride

We’ll always have to take the long way around and put in more time and effort, whether accessing buildings, going to class, getting a job or achieving other “normal” milestones.
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The CSR Giving Tree

git reset

How often do we, by virtue of our job, quantify and incorporate the externalities as drivers of the product development cycle?
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The guilted age

What on Earth

Environmentalists personalize environmental impacts, using them as weapons against the general public. Do you want to avoid this guilt, they ask? Better become a vegan.
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To choose or not to choose

Sex on Tuesday

The notion of preferring one gender strikes me as a very heterosexual way of thinking, but preferences aren’t so crazy, even if you really like all your options. And I often used to wonder: Do I have a preference? And if so, why?
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A room for one

Along for the Ride

When people say I’m “lucky” for having a single minisuite room, they’re overlooking the genuine reasons I have it and negating the validity of my struggles.
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Stick it to stigma

Bear in Mind

Stigma hasn’t gone away. It’s just more insidious. There is a limit to what is “acceptable” when it comes to having a mental illness.
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Fighting for the environMANt

What on Earth

Once an institution is set in its ways, it can be hard for it to change. White men established their environmental boys’ club and were loath to give it up.
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The worst of times

Sex on Tuesday

A stretch without sex can be like Charles Dickens’ famous beginning to “A Tale of Two Cities”: It can be both the best of times and the worst of times.
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