Poem: The Schoolyard

Callused palms, and grass-stained elbows. Their cheeks flushed with afternoon play. My heart jolts in my chest at the sound of pierced screams, before I look up to see them laughing. They tug and swing on shined monkey-bars, daring each other to kiss the girl next to them.   I
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UC Berkeley students are secretly infants

We sat down to think about it one day and realized we college students are pretty much just bigger versions of babies. Here are eight ways in which we never actually grew up, changed or matured. 1. Irregular sleep schedule. Going to bed at 2 p.m. and then waking up at 1 a.m.
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When feminism follows the money

Theoretical Titillation

So what happens when activists prioritize branding? They downplay the importance of policy for uncritical, often expensive, gatherings and capitalize on the grandiose rhetoric of “empowerment” and “human rights.”
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