Food columnist Emily Kim PO `25 didn’t always like applesauce, but after an unexpected baked treat, everything changed.
Resist the social pressure to buy a new iPhone every year as it feeds into wasteful and consumerist behaviors, argues Mishaal Ijaz SC ’24.
There’s a cartoon version of you on your phone screen. It smiles, says hello, and invites your friend to a party. It’s cute, and on the surface, it seems innocent — playful even. It’s called a Memoji, and it’s been available to some iPhone users since Sept. 17. On the