Double Tap

Double Tap

  Emma Topp, an Instagram influencer with over fifty thousand followers, scrolled through her morning feed to discover Instagram will be hiding likes from other users. Topp began to wonder how her career would change, particularly how she would gain sponsored content, if Instagram’s policy were to be implemented. “I think it’ll affect the influencer […]

On the Edge

On the Edge

As Sierra* ’21 sat on the cold, unwelcoming linoleum floor of a residential treatment center, she said she felt alone and misunderstood, isolated by a mental illness that was misrepresented by both her real surroundings and the media. Sierra’s struggle with serious depression began in winter of 2017, soon after she switched anxiety medications and […]

Mapping Representation

Mapping Representation

Last year, Mimi Offor ’21 read hundreds of textbook pages, spent hours upon hours studying for exams and burned through more than a few packs of pencils during her history course, The World and Europe II. When she left her class for summer break in June, Offor had spent approximately 135 days supposedly learning about […]

Presidential Pay-Phone

Presidential Pay-Phone

In response to a complaint filed by an anonymous whistle-blower Aug. 12, the Democratic Party launched a formal impeachment inquiry into the president’s actions Sept. 24, presenting the greatest challenge yet to his presidency, according to The Washington Post. The whistle-blower, an unnamed Central Intelligence Agency officer, alleged that Trump and his personal lawyer Rudy […]

Brain in Pain

Brain in Pain

Helen Graham ’21 laid on a field, confused and terrified, unable to move or respond to the questions asked from her coach and teammates. Graham’s life changed when she suffered a debilitating concussion in the fall of 2017, when an air-borne ball hit her directly above the temple during a field hockey game. “I could […]

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