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My Rapist does not know that he is a Rapist

Trigger Warning For Sexual Assault

Posted in Issue 7: April 4 | Leave a comment

Fuck You! I was Raped!

By Chloe Woodard     I am going to tell you “my” story, but this is not just mine to tell. I am not the only survivor with this experience. I want to invite you into this story, but do not … Continue reading

Posted in Issue 7: April 4 | Leave a comment

Conversing with a Trump Supporter

By Nicky Sontag      Monday, March 21st there was a Trump supporter standing with a sign that read “You Will Submit to Trump” at the intersection by LBC and the CST. As I have never knowingly interacted with someone … Continue reading

Posted in Issue 7: April 4 | Leave a comment

Mainstreams and Margins at Earlham College

By Daniel Hunter, Earlham alumni 2001 I was leading a training in the capital city of Burma. After being silent for the first part of the training, several ethnic minorities began to speak cautiously, then increasingly and with greater certainty. … Continue reading

Posted in Issue 7: April 4 | Leave a comment

Listening Through Disagreement

By Gabe Penk What if presidential campaigning wasn’t about the usual televised debates and campaign rallies? Today politicians gain further outlets to shape national discourse while voters are expected to listen and pledge support based on whose platform is more … Continue reading

Posted in Issue 6: March 21, 2016 | Leave a comment

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By anonymous I am often questioned or teased for not seeming comfortable enough at this school. “You always seem to be in another world” they say or, “How come you don’t talk much?”  (I get that one a lot). The … Continue reading

Posted in Issue 5: February 14, 2014 | Leave a comment