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Embracing the Laziness of a Summer at Home

Alex Hagen August 23, 2012

Like many of my friends and classmates at Whitman, I was a bit reluctant to go home for the summer. After finals culminated in the cathartic joy of Holi and other celebrations, I realized that I had grown...

The authors father along the way. Contributed by Elizabeth Cole.

Open Road Chaos

Elizabeth Cole August 23, 2012

My mom is a talented woman. She is a well-practiced photographer and a gifted pianist, but her strongest talent is her ability to navigate us toward any traffic jam within a ten-mile radius without fail....

Domestic violence affects privileged communities

August 23, 2012

This article was written by Lian Caspi '13. "Domestic violence in Jackson Hole? Is that even an issue?" This was the inevitable question I received while describing my summer work. At an internship...

A Stranger in a Strange Land: Crayfish, Sea Urchins and Tahitian Culture

August 23, 2012

This article was written by Mary Welter '15. I started my three-week exchange in French Polynesia with enthusiasm, excitement and an unhealthy amount of ignorance. Tahiti, and the rest of the Polynesian...

Lessons Learned at “Parenting Magazine”

Aleida Fernandez August 23, 2012

Before I started my internship at Parenting Magazine's headquarters in Orlando, Fla., I imagined my experience would be like "The Devil Wears Prada." In my imagination, I was going to be like Anne Hathaway's...

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