Winsor Seniors Create Platform for Asian American Voices

By, Samantha C. '19 When you hear “Asia” or “Asian,” what or who do you think about? This is just one example of the questions answered by individuals on Asians of Boston, a website and social media account that features exactly whom its name suggests: Asian Americans who live in Boston. Founded by Kayla L. …

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“The Bachelor” – Template Episode

By, Julie W. '19 Chris Harrison: Welcome back to The Bachelor! Get ready for another night of passion, exhilaration, and excitement. Yes, those are three synonyms, but my target audience probably won’t notice that. This week, the girls travel to Singapore to discover beauty, connection, and love. [A stereotypical pentatonic riff begins to play in …

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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: “A Bright and Shiny New Object” or “The Most Dangerous Person in America”?

By, Calla W. '22 Although the 2018 midterm elections were months ago, on January 3, 2019, the 116th Congress convened, and its new members were inaugurated. Not only does this Congress have more women, people of color, and military veterans than ever before, but also many of those politicians broke barriers to win their elections …

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