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  • October 15, 2018 • Online Content • Views: 234

    Rethinking Communities

    By Marina Yoshimura “hat’s the pledge of allegiance?” I asked a Japanese-American friend in fifth grade. She said, “It’s what you say at school every day.” I nodded, but I had no clue what she meant. Coming from Japan, in which...

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  • April 24, 2016 • Encounters, Online Content • Views: 1490

    “Although I haven’t traveled to many different places, I can begin to trace their remarkable features from my friends’ stories, just like looking at veins on leaves to imagine the image of the tree in summer.”...

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  • September 25, 2012 • Blogs, Online Content, The Vicarious Globetrotter, The World at Yale • Views: 2203

    Shalmoli Halder ‘15: Calcutta, India

    by Aaron Gertler If residential colleges were nations, I’d nominate Silliman for India status based on water shortages alone. At least the turkey meatloaf is pleasantly moist as I sit down with Shalmoli for the first-ever installment of...

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