on sleep and other general words of “wisdom”

By Shruthi Ravichandran If these pictures are familiar to you, this article is for you. this continues until 7:30 am when the screenshots were taken 😦 Disclaimer: This article includes large amounts of caps lock, bolding, over-exaggeration, bad drawings, references to nonexistent mathematical formulas, and a semi-famous German man. Reader caution advised. There’s this unwritten…

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Women in Belarus: How They Have Become Central to the Anti-Lukashenko Protests

By Emma Gerber This August, Alexander Lukashenko declared himself the victor of Belarus’s presidential election, claiming that he received 80% of the popular vote. But political activists in Belarus believe that Lukashenko rigged the election. Now, protesters across Belarus are out on the streets to express their discontent with President Lukashenko’s forced rule. The election…

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