Lost in translation

Living in liminality

As I approach a translated work, I am often conflicted about whether I am introducing myself to the text with the arrogance of ignorance.
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My life as a groundhog: A personal essay

First of all, what the hell is a groundhog? I want you to picture a groundhog right now. What do you see? For me, I see myself. Yes, I’m a groundhog, and so are you. And I mean that in the absolute best way.   When I was young –
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Siegel speaks: Moving out West with Wes

Looking back, the summer before college was probably one of the best of my life. I became closer to my friends than I ever thought was possible. I fell in love. I spent invaluable time with my family. And my lifelong dream had come true: I was moving to California.
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A look back at San Francisco’s largest comedy festival

SF Sketchfest, San Francisco’s premiere comedy extravaganza, ended it’s 14th run on Feb. 8. But if you missed all the crazy, slapstick and just plain “out there” performances, you can read The Daily Californian’s highlights! Here are some of our favorite events from this year’s festival. “Groundhog Day” on Groundhog
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