More people should be at least partially protected by one dose of the COVID-19 vaccine, argues guest writer Benjamin Sievers PZ ‘22 of some countries’ decisions to delay second doses.
I see my journey of self-discovery at university much like my hair growth: slow, sometimes awkward, but always beautiful.
It’s an eerie feeling to look at the TSL issue immediately before 9/11, or before the assassination of JFK, or before Pearl Harbor. These issues are utterly, utterly normal, a fact which makes complete sense, but which also serves to highlight just how blindsided we were by those events. However,