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El Camino Largo

“I was walking through the desert like a zombie,” Edgar Lopez, MCAS ’21, said of his long trek to give himself a chance at life, away from the corruption of politics and flesh in indigenous Guatemala. […]

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Recognizing Racism in Film Culture

“There are racist incidents like the ones that occurred on campus, yes, but there was also an institutionalized, subtle racism. It’s quiet, hidden, and ingrained in the American psyche. Now I’ve discovered this is still evident in the white-dominated industry of Hollywood, not just in older films like The Little Colonel.” […]

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A Letter to My Freshman Self

“As a white male, being fully cognizant of your privilege is something you will never be able to attain. You should always be striving for it, though, conscious of the fact that you will always come up short. And that’s just the truth.” […]