The pitfalls of platonic bed-sharing

There’s a chapter in Lena Dunham’s memoir, “Not That Kind of Girl,” dedicated to platonic bed-sharing. It’s called “Platonic Bed-Sharing: A Great Idea (For People Who Hate Themselves).”

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Setting sights on Boston (again)

The first time I visited Boston, I was dead-set on attending Northeastern University, and the universe seemed to be telling me this was a good idea. It was August, a balmy 80 degrees, and my assigned tour guide was, objectively, the hottest one (I say “objectively” because our group somehow ended up three times as big as everyone else’s, and entirely female).

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Large-scale political change starts with small-scale communities

It’s no secret that the American people want change. For all the trouble and terror it’s caused, our current political climate has sparked a longing for civic, healthy communities and less hostile hometown politics in the average American. Whether they want “the good old days,” or a promise of “a new day on the horizon,” every heart has its hopes for a better tomorrow. You can see these hopes in a neighbor’s wave, a friend’s face, a teacher’s desperate lesson on civics.

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