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andy duehren
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For Tomorrow's Paper

This was the Doomsday Situation, one of the overwrought scenarios passed down through decades of Crimson lore as a “What if?” meant to test the freshest batch of editors—and we were nailing it. My endpaper would write itself.

Camping outdoors
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Camping outdoors

Camping outdoors.

Camping outdoors
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The Fake Outdoors

It struck me that the Ridge Top Camp Out lacked something. That it was too planned. Too tame. The Camp Out wasn’t real camping at all (which would be raw and wild), but a simulation of it. It was fake. If real camping prompted a return to nature, the Camp Out boiled down to a staged encounter, a well-choreographed rendezvous.

Dorm Crew
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Endpaper: Dignified Work

There is no room for considerations of minimum required work hours or potential access to faculty mentors. For me and many others, a job means money.

Valerie-B-Elefante
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Not So Empty

“So,” she says, sensing me approach from behind, her nose one inch from a hanging wool rug she is examining for snags. “You want to write your thesis about what?!”

Faculty Meeting
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Faculty Meeting

Faculty members discussed the sanctions on single gender organizations and the case of Michelle Jones in a meeting in the Science Center on Tuesday.

Madrid
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Madrid

Madrid
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Endpaper: A Cocktail Bar in Madrid

It’s human nature to obsess over other people, but this type of enduring enchantment with such a small moment means something else.

Israel
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Israel

Israel
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Better Than Solo

I learned that even though I thought I had to be alone to figure out my thoughts, sometimes another person can help you sort them out.

Annie Jump Cannon
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Eyes to the Sky: Annie Jump Cannon and the Harvard Observatory

While Cannon’s system of classification was respected by and essential to the astronomical community, it was dubbed the “Harvard System,” erasing Cannon’s name from its history.

Frances Silber
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My Grandmother's Books

“So,” she would say, “what are you reading now?”

Joshua Goldstein
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Joshua Goldstein

Joshua Goldstein
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Endpaper: Find Yours

Name an issue, and I would kick out a hackneyed one-liner you might find on a liberal Democrat’s campaign website. She would push back, and, with that, the game would begin.

Molly E. Wharton
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Molly E. Wharton

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