Cara Dorris

Cara Dorris

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Articles by Cara Dorris (17)

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Dorris ’15: Who’s the happiest?

September 17, 2012 2 comments

 Can someone who has a drawer full of Klonopin and visits his therapist more than his academic advisor ever fit into our romanticized image of Brown?

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Dorris ’15: Heroin chic is back

April 19, 2012 6 comments

What does it say about our cultural body expectations when a guy is the best model for clothing created for women?

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Dorris ’15: Is religion the scariest word?

April 10, 2012 1 comment

It’s not that we don’t want religion, it’s that we want a personalized, privatized religion that fits into our busy lifestyles.

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Dorris ’15: The double concentration paradox

March 6, 2012 1 comment

Don’t be mistaken — there are definitely instances where a double concentration is appropriate, if not beneficial to someone’s education. But for most instances there exists a sad paradox: by doing more we are weakening our resumes.

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Dorris ’15: What ever happened to the female orgasm?

February 28, 2012 3 comments

Yes, the show may have been delusional, but the point was revolutionary: Men may seek sex more avidly, men may have higher libidos — but women still have libidos.

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Cara Dorris ’15: The fiction of relationship?

February 10, 2012 0 comments

Most people will tell you that there are two types of relationships at Brown: rigid, Facebook-official romances and hurried, efficient and occasionally chronic hookups. Though there are exceptions, most of us brag that we’re too busy, even too selfish to have time for casual dating. We work hard, so of course we want to play hard.

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Cara Dorris ’15: Resolutions reach the wrong audience

January 26, 2012 0 comments

As Brown students, we take pride in the infamous saying that we do so much that we barely have time to eat or sleep. I don’t buy it. How long does it take to scarf down a spicy with?