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A few weeks ago, a cap and gown arrived in the mail – a bittersweet ending to four years for my freshly graduated brother. Somehow, his entire college experience was supposed to fit into a small FedEx box.
When Frank Ocean sang, “You don’t know how little you matter until you’re all alone/ In the middle of Arkansas,” I felt that.
OK, I’m not actually all that alone – I’m just in quarantine – and I’m not actually in Arkansas, I’m back in my hometown in southern California.
Today’s reports are plastered with breaking news, but there are many persistent problems looming in the shadows of every headline.
Human trafficking is an ongoing crisis that is not limited to the developing areas, brothel settings, which the media may often depict.
My friend and I were getting breakfast one Tuesday morning before our lecture. We were munching on bagels, when, out of nowhere, he said:
“You know what’s funny?
If I had to pinpoint one of the most integral places in my life, it would be the dinner table.
Growing up, my dinner table was the place where I learned how to argue my ideas, how to use new vocabulary and how to practice good manners.
Throw away your fashion catalogs because it seems there’s only one trend that will endure 2020’s uncertainty: the face mask.
From medical-grade to DIY, masks have been put in high demand because of the COVID-19 health crisis – and it’s important to know what’s what.
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