Sex is Cool. But, Have You Ever Tried to F*ck The System?

A self-proclaimed, revered-by-many Sexpert celebrates National Sex Day with advice on how to find true liberation. I love talking about sex. I love talking to all my friends about the awkward moments, the laughable mistakes, and the best kinds of “things to do.” All my friends enjoy sex differently. We celebrate our differences. We listen to our different experiences, processing them, understanding that we can’t debate or question another’s sexual experience since we don’t know what it was like. There’s no place for shame, judgment, or guilt when we discuss sex. At least that’s the environment my friends and I …

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HGSU-UAW Demands Stronger Administrative Commitment for COVID-19 Alleviation

HGSU-UAW Demands Stronger Administrative Commitment for COVID-19 Alleviation As the pandemic ensues, graduate students are left with little certainty from the administration, while questions about expiring funding and resource availability arise  By MARY JULIA KOCH On Wednesday, April 29, Harvard …

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Work of the Week – Featuring Luke Williams

Work of the Week – Featuring Luke Williams Luke is a rising junior and Oklahoma City native who lives in Currier House studying Social Studies with a focus on Economics and Sociology. He works at the Boston Municipal Court Service Center, writes for The Crimson newsboard, and covered Czechia, Poland, and Hungary in Let’s Go 2020. A long time fiction fan, Luke recently discovered that his real writing interests might lie in creative nonfiction, so now he spends way too much time trying to sound like David Foster Wallace—you might even catch him asking you to “Consider the Lobster.”  “The …

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When Disparity Becomes Deadly

When Disparity Becomes Deadly Is COVID-19 only a biological threat, or also a distraction from the social inequalities in the US today? By MIMI TARRANT   From the earliest stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, alarming figures have emerged on the relative prevalence of cases and deaths among males and females within communities. Initial analysis suggests that the rate of infections and fatalities are not evenly distributed among males and females. Females typically make up the higher proportion of cases in U.S. states, yet males tend to make up the majority of deaths from COVID-19. For example, in Michigan, 10.72% of …

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