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Review: A Slap in the Face: Why Insults Hurt--And Why They Shouldn't


A Slap in the Face: Why Insults Hurt–And Why They Shouldn’t by William B. Irvine

Honestly, I picked up this book for advice on handling those moments of being verbally knocked down and walked over (which seem to be happening all too often in my life recently– thank you, food service work!). 410 more words

Book Review

Dutch Chinese Youth: A Deep Exploration of the Self through the Stories of Others

By Chén Yántiān

Largely absent from the world of academia are studies of individuals who personally identify as a mixture of Chinese and Western. Present studies whose foci are centered on using the umbrella term Asian are certainly important. 6,752 more words

Identities

Column: The OFW as a nationalist

Published on July 1, 2014.

In the eighth chapter of “Noli Me Tangere,” we see balikbayan Crisostomo Ibarra ride through “Manila’s busiest suburb” in a carriage. 946 more words

Newsstand: Column

6/27/2015- "Gay, Black, & PROUDLY Bittersweet"

Hey Mikey,

Yesterday was a really momentous event for people like me, but it was also a sad day for people like me as well. I am…

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Hey Mikey

A Stitch in Time - August 2013. Natalie, Dee, Jay and Em. #LoveWins

A Stitch in Time

Surrealism and cultural distortion are a day-to-day occurrences now. I first noticed the world shifting around me in the Summer of 2012. 2,701 more words

Creating

A Stitch in Time - Linda April / Jennifer & Camille July '13

A Stitch on Time

Surrealism and cultural distortion are a day-to-day occurrences now. I first noticed the world shifting around me in the Summer of 2012. 2,077 more words

Creating