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Dear Readers,

Change is in the air. Spring is upon us, the days are longer, and once again happiness can arise spontaneously without cause. Upon us is spring break, after which is a series of packed weekends with various galas, club socials, and warm afternoons on the main green. It’s those 60F+ days, when everyone and their dog is soaking up the sun, that remind me how good the energy here at Brown is, how young we all are, and how much there is to come. 

This week in post-, our writers are thinking about change and about home. In Feature, our writer reflects on moving to the East Coast for college. In Narrative, one writer describes killing ants as a bonding activity; the other reflects on vulnerability and protection. In Arts & Culture, one writer reminisces about days when she painted with her grandmother; the other discusses orientalism in Hollywood. In Lifestyle, our writer has productivity tips, but if you want to procrastinate, we have another crossword! 

So there you have it, another week of life experiences distilled to their quintessential essence that approaches Truth tangentially. Time may feel like it passes faster now that we are older, which I’m being told is because we experience less things that are novel to us, whereas as a child, everything felt distinctly different because everything was new. So read on, see what our writers have to share, pass the time. 

Brushing up on my memory recall skills for the campus canines, 
Kimberly Liu



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