• Sarah Lettes

    the closer

    the pawsox legacy and the minor league experience

    April 25, 2019
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    On a sunny day in late March 1997, my parents put a baseball cap on my four-month-old head and drove me to Turner Field. The stadium had been built for ceremonies as well as track and field events for the 1996 Summer Olympic Games in Atlanta, Georgia, but had been recently retrofitted into a baseball […]

    forever leung

    community in faunce’s leung family gallery

    March 1, 2019
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    In the middle of campus lies a sort of oasis. Just beneath its heavy wood floors, the Blue Room buzzes with noise and energy. Just outside its tall glass windows, the Main Green is a pinball machine of students bouncing from class to class. Just above its high ceilings, the Providence gods sling every possible […]


    reflections on lgbtq visibility this valentine’s day

    February 8, 2019
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    For many years, I unknowingly suffered from a gay music deficiency. The gayest song I knew for most of high school was “Same Love,” a same-sex marriage anthem rapped by a straight guy. I first heard “Same Love” in tenth grade. I was standing in the kitchen, lazily scrubbing a pot from dinner, when a […]

    raise a glass to susan yund

    an ode to the gcb

    December 6, 2018
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    Imagine trying to describe the White House without mentioning the president. Or giving a tour of the Sistine Chapel without talking about Michelangelo. Not only would you miss the big picture, but the underlying details also wouldn’t make sense. Without a president, the Oval Office would just be a small room in a big house. […]