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The Goodness of Others

“When times feel like nothing really ever changes, I am suddenly in awe of the goodness of others, of unexpected goodnesses that strike you out of left field and break your heart — but in the best way possible, the kind of heartbreak that you would happily live in for the rest of your life. “ As the season changes, Annie Jo Baker shares a heartfelt reflection on the interconnectivity of the human spirit and the importance of goodness for one and for all.

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Four Realistic Ways to Reduce our Waste

In our current age of political unease and climate devastation, it can be hard to avoid a crushing sense of anxiety at the state of the world around us, and panic that we as individuals are not doing enough. For those able, Georgia Andrews offers some alternative ideas to jump start our waste reduction.

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How to Deal With Academic Failure in Eight Steps (Starting By Not Calling It Failure)

Attic writer and art historian Milena Le Fouillé addresses academic failure and the distresses that come with it and offers eight steps to help get over it.

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Graduation – The End of an Education? 

Writer and recent graduate Jessica Armstrong discusses life after academia, sharing what it is she’s learned in adjusting to the so-called “real world.”

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