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Campus Life

To All the Clubs I've Loved Before

Laura Jean writes to heartbreakers. I write to the ones that didn't make my resume.

by KATHARINE COCHERL

I Don't Need Love. I Have Hookup Culture.

DFMO comes first, name comes second.

by ANONYMOUS

On Being Nobody

My mother taught me first to love books. Then, she taught me to love quietude.

by JULIA KAFOZOFF

Still Loving What I've Lost

While I outgrew childhood distractions, I never quite outgrew worrying.

by ISABELLA SIMONETTI

Ego of the Week: Ciara Brown

Meet the V-Day performer who hopes to one day join the NYC theater scene

by JULIA ESPOSITO

Meet Shana Vaid and Jamie Cahill, the Women Behind "Sappho"



by JULIA DAVIES

Winning Essay: Love, Toolbox Child

Sometimes, love has calloused hands and rough edges.

by LAUREN DRAKE

Runner Up: Miles and Days

Drifting across contents, your love tethers me to home.

by ANONYMOUS

2020

Learning how to count on others, unlearning how to count calories.

by KATIE FARRELL

Sukaina Hirji Teaches Students Philosophical Ways to Approach Love and Sex



by FERNANDA BRIZUELA

Letter from the Editor 02.05.2020

I am content when the light is red.

by TAMSYN BRANN

Ego of the Week: Toni Rinaldi

Meet the Senior with a love for music and architecture

by JULIA ESPOSITO

When Times Get Rough, Find Common Ground With Others

How our two different stories with CAPS group therapy intertwined

by MICHEL LIU and KATHLEEN GIVAN

Austin Maguire on the highs and lows of TikTok stardom

The short, satirical videos from this college junior are going viral

by JULIA DAVIES

Letter from the Editor 01.29.2020

Small, specific, and visceral memories are most beautiful.

by TAMSYN BRANN

Gabriela Alvarado, CAFSA Board Member, Sheds her Anonymity

Meet the first-year who has been an activist since high school

by JULIA ESPOSITO

Weird Flex But Okay: Western Capitalist Culture Has Made Yoga Harmful

How capitalism's appropriation of yoga converted it from empowering to damaging.

by ANNA FLEMING

Ego of the Week: Ranvir Bhatia

Meet the senior who's serving others through his passion for music and medicine

by JULIA DAVIES

Letter from the Editor 01.22.2020

We all want happy endings.

by TAMSYN BRANN

Ego of the Week: Rachel Prokupek

Meet the Wharton senior with a dream of opening her own restauraunt.

by JULIA ESPOSITO

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