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First Comes Love, Then Comes…Nope.

Caroline Elkin ‘15, Columist

November 20, 2014

Tonight, I dedicate this article to a topic more intimidating than graduation, more contentious than politics at the Thanksgiving table. Tonight, as I’m juggling a barrage of texts from my childhood best friend who just got...

Letters From Abroad

Meri St. Jean ’15, Abroad Columnist

February 17, 2014

Living with a host family is a weird thing. First of all, it’s weirdly intimate. I knew these people before this year, but now I am entrenched in almost everything they do. I know what Muriel’s morning robe looks like,...

Recipe: Still in Love? Show Them with Red Velvet

Melanie Levine ’13, Life & Style Columnist

February 21, 2013

Just because Valentine’s Day is over does not mean we can no longer show the people we love how much we care. A great way to do this is by baking for people, and what are more loved than cupcakes? How about homemade red velvet...

Abroad: Everyday Life with Ancient Artifacts

February 14, 2013

As an American, when you study abroad one of the first things you notice is the difference in cultural history between the United States and your abroad country. Chances are, you’re heading to a country that has an existence...

For the Love of Books

Suri Smith ‘13, Columnist

February 14, 2013

I am a self-professed bibliophile—a lover of books. No matter how small a space I’m in, I will likely find some way to fill it with books. I have always loved stories, but books are far more than just vessels for stories;...

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