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The Myth of Meritocracy in Education
Though the initial panic of quarantine has simmered down, economic stresses for lower-income families still remain. Businesses have closed, Americans have been terminated for sickness, and medical staff have been…
Online Learning Was Therapeutic For Me. Here’s Why.
The benefits and frustrations of distance learning have fully imbued college culture over the last two months. From students making TikToks about crying during Zoom lectures to posting about wearing…
It’s 2019, and Our Sex-Ed Curriculum Still Isn’t Survivor-Friendly.
I don’t remember everything about my experiences with sexual education in middle school or high school, but as an 18-year-old survivor and female minority, I am scared and unsettled by…