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February 3, 2017

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Why I’m not a good Jew

By Natan Shayevich, Features Editor

February 3, 2017

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I’m not a particularly good Jew. I eat shrimp and oysters, the only thing that draws me to the synagogue on Shabbat is the promise of my grandmother’s Persian cooking afterwards and if I skip a candle (or five) on Hannukah... Read more »

An Asian’s reflection on race

Kaylyn Du, Executive Opinions Editor

February 3, 2017

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Every time I hang out with my Asian friends in a public place, I feel a familiar pang of uneasiness. I’ve never really understood why I feel that way or what it means. All I know is that it always emerges. Over the past ye... Read more »

To he who peed,

December 9, 2016

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To the person who undermined and defaced efforts toward fundamental progression at Glenbrook North by urinating not once, but twice, on publications advocating in favor of feminism: thank you. Thank you for sending a tremor through the ... Read more »

The one fear that rules them all

Nina Fridman, Staff Writer

December 9, 2016

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For as long as I can remember, I’ve always had an abundance of irrational fears. I describe planes as large metal coffins suspended in the sky at the will of an untrustworthy pilot, I’ll take five flights of stairs inste... Read more »

Finsta puts real back in Instagram

Gillian Redstone, Staff Writer

December 9, 2016

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Picture this: I make my favorite cozy meal, spaghetti and meatballs. I begin to carry the heaping pile of pasta from the stove to the table. In one sweep, I trip and fall on the ground. But miraculously, my glorious noodles... Read more »

The Weeknd impresses with album ‘Starboy’

Gillian Redstone, Staff Writer

December 9, 2016

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The Weeknd’s past year has been full of growth in popularity with the release of the album “Beauty Behind the Madness,” a wildly successful North American tour and headlining music festivals like VooDoo Experience and The... Read more »

Ghost of autumn’s past

Jackson Weil, Staff Writer

December 9, 2016

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Within the first few days of November, carved pumpkins, ghastly ghosts and spooky skeletons give way to wreaths, menorahs and inflatable snowmen. Countless houses are instantly covered with dazzling decorations and the radio wav... Read more »

Feminism, Nazis and urinals: a fight for rights

November 4, 2016

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     In mid-October, a student tore down a Feminism Club sign, brought it into a boys’ bathroom and stuck it inside a urinal. It was discovered soaking wet, ripped down the middle and half-submerged in a pool of urine. ... Read more »

A matter of morality or mortality

Keena Du, Opinions Editor

November 4, 2016

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This past summer, I stared death in the eyes. That is, I stared at the face of a corpse on a living person’s head. Since the popular social media app Snapchat started offering fun, animated filters to their users, the Snapchat... Read more »

Fantasy football overpowers the true NFL experience

November 4, 2016

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One Tuesday night during the 2015 football season, I sat hunched over my computer studying intensely, but I wasn’t reviewing for my upcoming chemistry test. I was studying something far more important: my fantasy football li... Read more »

Why we’re all jerks

Nora Smith, Staff Writer

November 4, 2016

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  Let me tell you a story. Red sweaters. I hate red sweaters, Sam thinks to himself as he wanders through the door, his mind hanging on one thought: Red sweaters. The mere idea threatens to send him back to that night. H... Read more »

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