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In Defense of Crocs

The minute I stepped into the Silliman College dining hall I knew something was wrong. I saw people looking, staring, gawking at my feet. It […]

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Coming Clean-ish

Dear God, It’s me, Moira. This day is very difficult for both of us. You’re sitting up there (reclining? bouncing on a yoga ball?), clucking […]

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The Queerious Case of Troye Sivan

The titular track of Troye Sivan’s long-anticipated second album “Bloom” is the exact type of song that would soundtrack the third-act montage of a rom-com. […]

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Jaywalking in Joggers

For all intents and purposes, I’m as gay as can be. It was a conscious decision moving into Yale that this would be how I’d […]

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I Don’t Need a Pass

Smash or Pass is a “game” which my water polo team played while we waited out storms in the locker room and passed downtime during […]

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Bulldog Bites: GHeav Edition

The glow of lights through the window glass is the first thing you notice as you approach Good Nature Market. Along Broadway, the shut storefronts […]

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Come Along with Me

It started with a pilot episode that looked like it was made by a 9-year-old boy on Microsoft Paint. It ended with eight Primetime Emmy […]

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Yale 120: Reading and Writing the Modern Student

Need a Writing credit? “Reading and Writing the Modern Essay” (ENGL 120) may sound like a boring title, but don’t be fooled. While other introductory […]

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Let It Slide

“Did you just let it slide?” Sara asked. “Not really…” I answered. She had asked out of sympathy. But she didn’t know that, for me, […]

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Leaving the Bird’s Nest

I will never forget two Bible verses my father showed me as a young boy. They say, “Look at the birds of the air; they […]

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A Predictable Hypocrisy

I scurry along through terminals while dragging my two bags of luggage. I am exhausted. The seven hours of traveling from California and the layover […]

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