• Naya Lee Chang

    changing my major

    or concentration, i should say

    April 9, 2020
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    “Life is the art of drawing sufficient conclusions from insufficient premises.” —Samuel Butler *** As I mixed the two dyes, medium charcoal and intense black, with some milky hair developer, I looked at myself in the mirror. Two dark brown eyes stared back at me, framed by chin-length purple hair.  I took a breath and […]

    how to socialize in the age of social distancing

    10 fun ways to remotely hang out with your friends

    April 2, 2020
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    So my strife with the universe seems to continue and has unfortunately become more extreme since the last time I wrote to you. Things have taken, to put it lightly, one hell of a turn since the last issue. Ah, yes, remember when we were all back at Brown? COVID-free, complaining about midterms? Good times. […]

    post- farewells

    going but not gone

    December 6, 2019
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    Like the end of a beloved book, the final chapter of our post- experiences feels bittersweet. In our two-to-three-semester tenures as managing editors or copy chief, we’ve experienced highs and lows, late nights and early mornings, laughter and lethargy, all sustained by white cheddar popcorn, good tunes, and the support of one another’s company. We […]