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Dear Bernie Sanders by Emily

In a passionate, personable letter to presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (D-VT), Emily reflects on why our country is in need of change now more than ever.

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Tune-In Tuesdays #62: High Shores on “Ready to Fall”

A North Carolina pop-rock band with friendship and heart at the core of their work, High Shores has evoked a riptide with the release of their latest single, “Ready to Fall,” and the addition of their newest band member, Carter Harris.

Recently, we spoke to Harris, Kayla Wimert, and Amanda Timothy to learn more about the band’s dynamic and their brand-new feel-good single.

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The Gardener

To love was to be reborn,
To be loved was to be baptized,
To bloom with all my thorns,
Even as I wilted before the gardener’s eyes,

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Weekly Newsletter #65: New Horizons

Hello Animal Crossing, goodbye productivity. Who needs to complete a zine or finish their college applications when they have villagers to tend to?

Am I right? …Right? Ah…ha ha… ha ha… haaa…

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For Better or For Worse by Rebecca Amiss

Rebecca Amiss shares her fictional short story about overcoming domestic abuse.

Trigger warning: The following short-story contains descriptions of manipulation and domestic abuse that may be upsetting for some individuals. If you or a loved one are currently experiencing domestic abuse, please visit the National Domestic Violence Hotline website for support resources or call: 1-800-799-7233.

Fictional disclosure: All events and characters within this short-story are entirely fictional and do not reflect events that have taken place in the real world.

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Pi Day? More Like, Vihart Day

It’s that time of the year again, bug buddies. “Mathemusician” and anti-Pi enthusiast YouTuber Vihart has returned with another one of her infamous “Anti-Pi Rant” videos.

This year, Vihart dives into various scenarios in which Pi itself contracts the coronavirus and spreads it exponentially to humans, other numbers, and of course, aliens.

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