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Jasmine Tatah grew up as an American of Algerian and Japanese descent. In her column “Mixed Feelings,” she discusses her experience navigating between two different cultural backgrounds.
As a Muslim American and first-generation Indian American, Quraishi explores questions of identity in her Wednesday column.
With neither preseason favorite appearing in the playoffs, the new teams scrambled in the dust for the fallen crown, but only six remain to battle for the throne.
Friday night found me, as it often does, at a fraternity house. The room smelled like sweat and cheap alcohol, and the floors were sticky with Keystone Light. Across the room from a table littered with empty Solo cups, the two of us swayed our hips next to each other
Meet Chill Girl. She was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan, but she’s very well traveled. She’s road tripped from Colorado to California and has friends in London, Spain and South Africa who frequently ask her to stay. She’s easily known and quickly adored. She’s both intellectual and witty —
The first thing that comes to mind when I think of masturbation is the classic “American Pie”-esque movie scene in which a high-schooler furiously strokes away, wide-eyed in front of a computer screen, beside a trash can filled to the brim with sticky, crinkled tissues, only to be disturbed mid-ejaculation