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December 8, 2021

Advice

Should I Have Kids?

Oh, baby. A Gen Zer looks to philosophers, earth systems scientists and others to answer a loaded question.

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Sophia Boyd-Fliegel

Essays

Growth Season

The ramps are calling, and I must go.

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Nathaniel Eisen

All Right Now

What We Can Learn from ‘Advise and Consent’

Politics and power haven’t changed much since Allen Drury, ’39, wrote his midcentury masterpiece. But trust has.

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Ivan Maisel

All Right Now

Tear Up This Tree

Somewhere in you is a rebel with a crayon.

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Summer Moore Batte

our collection on Resolutions

In Case of Emergency, Be Kind

An empathy scholar on the radical act we all need right now.

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3 Simple Ways to Fight for Your Privacy

The use and sale of your personal information is overwhelming, and you can’t stop it. Here’s why you should still try.

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How to Limit Distraction

Author Nir Eyal discusses how people can control their device use and thus their lives.

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