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Reflections and Recognitions

Kelly Gallagher ‘22 Senior Advisor My first step in writing a Features article is to always begin with questions, questions that I ask interviewees in the hopes of finding the heart of their story, or questions that will help me to understand how the event I’m covering contributes […]

Anti-Abortion Legislation is Going Way Too Far

Anna Lee ‘24 Chief Opinions Editor When Texan lawmakers enacted a controversial anti-abortion law last year, other Republican-led states sourced inspiration and followed suit. Most recently, Missouri Representative Mary Elizabeth Coleman (R-Arnold) introduced a new provision that would allow state citizens to sue anyone seeking abortions “regardless of […]

In response to “Decolonizing the Curriculum: The Problem of Underrepresentation in the Humanities”

Sahar Bazzaz Professor and Chair, Department of History Recently, The Spire published an article entitled “Decolonizing the Curriculum: The Problem of Underrepresentation in the Humanities (10/8/2021),” which took up very important and timely questions about under-representation of diverse perspectives and voices in the humanities.  As the new history […]

How to Have Fun in Kimball

Michael Vail ‘24 Protector of Your Sanity in These Trying Times It’s almost finals week. A tough time for everyone, indeed. Enough of the introduction, though. Let’s get to why we’re really here: to explore the endless possibilities Kimball offers that you haven’t been able to comprehend yet. […]