By Sophia Yakumithis A lot of people have died in the past few months due to careless people acting like, for lack of better words, idiots. Seriously, how hard is it to wash your hands with vigor and to wear a face mask when you leave the house for supposedly “essential” reasons? You know, like […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis I prepared a loaf of bread during a seminar class on Monday because I had the camera turned off. And I can do what I want now that my governor put all of us under house arrest.  It’s terrible, though, that I now feel such a sense of autonomy over not just […]

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By Sophia Yakumithis On March 12, the NCAA cancelled its March Madness tournament during a 24-hour period of coronavirus-induced mass hysteria. Also on March 12, my boyfriend coughed on me.  I was doing treatment at the hospital for pre-existing health issues. Hospitals have sketchy air quality as it is, but in the midst of COVID-19, […]

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By Julia Furmanek This past December, I did a thing. I shaved my head.  After years of trying to grow my hair out — only sabotaging the progress with some impulsive, emotionally-instigated cuts, or, even worse, botched home-dye jobs — I had enough.  At this point, my hair was dead three times over, assaulted by […]

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