• Kahini Mehta

    recovery, in fragments

    winning a war against yourself

    March 6, 2020
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    Neuron Versus Neuron I didn’t always want to be a psychology major—I only found out what a neuron was in high school.  In my tenth-grade biology textbook, I found the neuron exceedingly ugly: star-shaped heads colored the pale yellow of bile, with tendrils of hair jutting out from the points and a long body protruding […]

    find out your brown mbti here

    October 24, 2019
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    shadow girl

    a tryst with social anxiety

    September 27, 2019
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    Content Warning: Anxiety Before I left for college, my mother told me, “Be careful of the company you keep,” and she couldn’t have been more prescient. Of course, I didn’t take heed of her statement; I became far too comfortable with the company of my own shadow, which quickly became my closest confidante. I wouldn’t […]

    perkins

    not that bad, honestly

    April 19, 2019
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    Located at 154 Power Street, Perkins is quite a walk from most things. Ideal for musicians, though—it’s right opposite the Orwig Music Library! “Wouldn’t have been my first choice—but honestly, I’ve grown to love it.”   Closest dining hall: Jo’s Distance from Ratty: seven minutes Number of rooms: Roughly 120 Room number: 119 Other rooms […]

    Which Providence Record Store Are You?

    In honor of Record Store Day

    April 17, 2019
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