Dear Dr. Lipschitz

Dear Dr. Lipschitz, I’m a freshman and am overwhelmed by all of the ridiculously stylish, put-together people on campus. It’s intimidating, especially because I come from a high school where wearing baseball jerseys to class was considered dressing up. I feel out of place. I don’t even own some of what appear to be uniform […]

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Sexual Fantasies and the Farming Is Easy

In the fluorescent-lit spaces and dark corners of the barn, I sought my sexual fantasy. It was here, waiting for me among the circle of eight people on upturned flowerpot seats, flanked by two emptied flatbed crop-hauling trucks and a leaking water spigot. And I was nervous as all hell. As I resumed my place […]

Personal Essay

Dear Dr. Lipschitz

Dear Dr. Lipschitz, There’s this girl I’ve hooked up with a couple of times and have been seeing a lot, and I want to ask her out. But with so little time left in school, is it worth it? I’m really into her, but I’m just trying to weigh the benefits and costs. —Waffling Until […]

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Professor Recs

David Scott Kastan I would take any Film Studies course taught by Francesco Casetti. He is breathtakingly smart — and, oh, that accent!  If he wouldn’t let me in (and I can’t believe he would now), I would take Basic Drawing, though I fear it couldn’t be ‘basic’ enough for me. Kastan is a Professor […]

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MAGAZINE | Master Smith’s shopping list

Branford Master Steven Smith may be hanging up his boots and retiring from his Master duties next year, but he might use the extra time to walk in his students’ shoes for a couple hours a week. What classes are at the top of Smith’s shopping list? Q Is there a class that you have […]

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