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Froth, Feathers, Fluff: The History of the Boa
Katy Kelleher
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Like many high school girls living in the early 2000s, I thought there was no higher fashion power in the universe than Carrie Bradshaw. I remember watching an episode from the first season, one of those frantic, self-encapsulated episodes that tells the whole story of a relationship in one 30-minute chunk. Carrie

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What AIDS Can Teach Us About Coronavirus

Dr. Ross Slotten didn’t set out to become an AIDS specialist. It just happened. He and another doctor had opened a practice in Chicago in 1984, after having established themselves as gay-friendly practitioners. With the clientele of gay men came AIDS. And with AIDS came the realization that Slotten could do little to

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The Story of Katie Darling and the Complex Jubilation of Juneteenth
Lindsey Norward
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Legally, Katie Darling was already free on June 19, 1865, when Major General Gordon Granger arrived in Galveston, Texas, under federal instruction to occupy the Confederate state. Backed by almost two thousand Union soldiers, Granger stood on a balcony in the center of town reading General Orders, No. 3: “The people

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