The midterm elections were some of the most highly anticipated races in recent history. Voters turned out on Nov.
“You should balance sweet and salty with hummus and ice cream!” Hailey Han ’22
“I heard that someone ordered PLAIN pasta at ’82 grill once.”
There’s a lot I wish I knew before it happened. This thought seems to reappear in my life over and over again.
Before the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in 1990, many people with physical disabilities simply could not function in society. For these individuals, a single step up to a door may have been an impossible hurdle, and a staircase may as well have been a wall.
Etz Chaim means “tree of life” in Hebrew. It is the name of a place of worship, love and spirituality in Pittsburgh, Pa, the synagogue in which 11 Jews took their last breath.
Weeks before move-in day, I sat in the front office of an international college admissions company. I was interviewing for a role at an organization dedicated to funneling its clients towards the most elite schools in the country, the types that appear on glossy magazines promising your future success if only you, too, can find a way in.
“Snuck into the unfinished Sawyer to explore before it opened.” — Ali Michalik ’17
“A lot of naked laps around Frosh Quad.”
Upholding trans rights: Why we must vote ‘yes’ on Question 3 and stand in solidarity with trans individuals
On Nov. 6, Massachusetts voters will decide on three ballot initiatives, the third of which aims to repeal anti-discrimination protections under the Commonwealth’s law for transgender and gender non-conforming individuals.