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Red Flag

October is here, and it’s not just the leaves that are turning red. You may have noticed the signs already: copies of the communist newspaper People’s Voice appearing on campus, and the Trotskyists selling their Marxist literature in the…

Thailand taught me

This summer I spent five weeks in Thailand, and learned how to be the sort of person I’ve always admired—kind, grateful, laid-back, and a girl who doesn’t take anybody’s BS. Unfortunately, these lessons derived from a lot of mistakes.…

Masculinities and mental health

When we start to think about masculinity, what are some ideas that come to mind? Are they qualities we like? Qualities we’ve chosen? Qualities we feel are unattainable, unpleasant, or even alienating? If internal definitions of…

Everyday Earth: An edible revolution

Above: 📷 via www.atlascorps.org By contributor Chantelle Spicer There is nothing like farm fresh food bought from the market—potatoes and carrots with soil still clinging, strawberries juicy and ripe all the way through, tomatoes still warm…