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Blinded from Reality

Published by Srinath Soundararajan
American flags waving everywhere. Patriotic music playing from the speakers of food trucks parked on the grass. People everywhere standing, …
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Métro, boulot, dodo

Published by Elaine Zhong
Growing up in a stereotypical Asian household, the one thing my parents never stop bugging us about is “finding a …
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Published by Mikhal Kidane
Public transportation generally has the reputation of being the preferred means of travel for working class commuters. Public transportation is …
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Enough is Enough

Published by Lauren Anders
“Americans think everything needs to be done America first. Here we do things South Africa first.” Work has been a …
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Liberty and Justice for all?

Published by Gianna Miller
July 4th. A day that brings even the most unpatriotic people out to the BBQ wearing red, white, and blue. …
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Storytime at Chelsea City Hall

Published by Esther Badiata
This summer, I’ve had the privilege of working with our Boston community partner Raising A Reader Massachusetts (RAR-MA). RAR-MA is …
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Two rainbow themed paintings

The Illusion of a Perfect Pride

Published by Aurelio Falconi
The Excitement is Here! I started my DukeEngage program ecstatic to spend pride month in San Francisco. My co-workers have …
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People marching in a Pride parade

SF Pride 2017

Published by Natalia Espinosa
Two weekends ago, I got to march with USF in San Francisco’s pride parade. The march route goes down Market …
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