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When the Inkwell Dries Up: Time Travel

Dear Reader, It would be a great thrill if we could go back to the past on a giant time travel machine, especially if we were not subject to the consequences of the dizzying, disorienting effects that I imagine come with traveling back in time in a tiny, tight machine. As for now, there seems… Continue Reading

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Humans Aren’t (All) Evil: Personal Edition

Dear Reader, This is going to be my last post in this series (at least for 2013). I wanted to find a video that would put the celebration to a close. Naturally, this meant I tried to find the most heroic, most inspirational person I could. However, one problem with that is that there have… Continue Reading

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Humans Aren’t (All) Evil: Derreck Kayongo

Dear Reader,             While the holidays are generally associated with talking snowmen, reindeers, Santa Claus, family get-togethers, bright lights, and warm beverages, it can be a depressing time of year. For many, especially those who are lonely, all the constant talk of family and cheer can serve as a blunt reminder for how alone and… Continue Reading

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Humans Aren’t (All) Evil: Tererai Trent

Dear Reader, While the holidays are generally associated with talking snowmen, reindeers, Santa Claus, family get-togethers, bright lights, and warm beverages, it can be a depressing time of year. For many, especially those who are lonely, all the constant talk of family and cheer can serve as a blunt reminder for how alone and unhappy… Continue Reading

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Humans Aren’t (All) Evil: Lizzie Velasquez

Dear Reader,             While the holidays are generally associated with talking snowmen, reindeers, Santa Claus, family get-togethers, bright lights, and warm beverages, it can be a depressing time of year. For many, especially those who are lonely, all the constant talk of family and cheer can serve as a blunt reminder for how alone and… Continue Reading

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Humans Aren’t (All) Evil: Sara Ferguson

Dear Reader,             While the holidays are generally associated with talking snowmen, reindeers, Santa Claus, family get-togethers, bright lights, and warm beverages, it can be a depressing time of year. For many, especially those who are lonely, all the constant talk of family and cheer can serve as a blunt reminder for how alone and… Continue Reading

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