The more, the merrier?

Sex on Tuesday

Social prescriptions limit the acceptable forms of love, and among the most difficult norms to defy is monogamy. If your instincts carry you outside social convention — as mine have — you must work all the more diligently for love to succeed.
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Rain, rain, go away

Along for the Ride

As much as I gripe about the wind and the rain, I’m so glad I never have to worry about being unable to walk in the streets because of snow or ice and that I can suffice with a hoodie to keep me warm on most days.
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We need a (tech) diet

git reset

There’s an app for just about everything you possibly need, and dopamine-driven feedback loops are winning the battle for our time.
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A lesson in accommodations

Bear in Mind

Access to accommodations is the sole reason I am able to remain in school while severely depressed. My accommodations don’t give me a leg up over my peers; they put us on an even playing ground. 
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Eco-nomic turmOIL

What on Earth

American politicians have one view of economic success: the free market and environmental deregulation. This is the system, they say, take it or leave it.
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Illustration of White House and Supreme Court with student carrying sign that says "defend DACA"

Under siege, DACA needs urgent protection

NATIONAL AFFAIRS: Undocumented students’ future hangs precariously in the balance.

It’s unimaginably nerve-wracking to have the most powerful forces in the nation acting against you, but there is also a coalition of institutions fighting to preserve that chance.
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The nuts and bolts

Sex on Tuesday

Above all, whether you already broadcast your sex life or keep it tightly under wraps, know that openness and vulnerability can be extraordinary resources.
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