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We can’t abandon Europe

President Trump’s State of the Union address last week covered a litany of topics, as these speeches usually do. Some he discussed truthfully, others not entirely (NPR fact-checked the entire speech here). Republicans gave their...

The plague of public apologies

Situated at the intersection of celebrity and technology lies one high-profile rite of passage — the public apology. Twitter, Instagram, YouTube and traditional media have all become spaces for politicians, influencers, actors...

‘22’ might not look like what Taylor Swift promised

Since 2012, I had plans for my 22nd birthday. I did not know what, exactly, I was going to do or who I was going to do it with (though I hoped it would be something with someone), but I knew at some point I had to listen to Taylor Swift’s song “22” and revel in how relatable it finally was. I would make “breakfast at midnight,” “fall in love with strangers” and, of course, be “happy, free, confused and lonely in the best way.” Taylor promised.

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Afraid to fly, scared to land

I was 10 years old the first time I traveled by plane. I was going to Disney on a family vacation, and I was terrified to fly. During the flight, my mom had me switch from yoga pants to a skort to accommodate the weather difference between Boston and Orlando.

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