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We’ll meet in Mei: A short story

Mei Huang meets August Claremont in the spring, when the air smells of rotten honeysuckles and mist.  A chill rattles her bones even through her cardigan — a sure, swift wind that jostles her gait and forces her hands into thin denim pockets. Mei’s breath comes in sharp bursts: clouds
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Cold girl summer

Sex on Tuesday

If you have been keeping up with my column until now, you have probably realized that I don’t have very much sex (which is, to say the least, ironic considering I write this column).
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5 books to add to your summer reading list

The past school year was undeniably exhausting, and many of us can finally use this summertime to relax and recover from nonstop schoolwork. After endless reading assignments, it’s possible that the last thing you want to do is crack open a book. However, reading doesn’t always have to be an exhausting experience that requires critical thought. Sometimes the best books are the ones that let us escape reality for a little bit. These five books — that don’t require too much brainpower — are guaranteed to have you excited about reading again and get you out of your reading slump!
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