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Articles by Bliss Han (5)

Han ’23: Parasite Won. So Did the Oscars. So Did I.

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Han ’23: Parasite Won. So Did the Oscars. So Did I.

February 26, 2020 0 comments

We didn’t know. We hoped, but at the same time, we didn’t dare to. Five of my closest friends and I packed into a room in the basement of the Rock, crowding around my phone as we streamed the end of the 2020 Academy Awards ceremony.

Han ’23: On Kobe: As a Celtics fan, and as a daughter

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Han ’23: On Kobe: As a Celtics fan, and as a daughter

February 9, 2020 0 comments

On Sunday, Jan. 26, Kobe Bryant, his thirteen-year old daughter Gianna and seven others died in a helicopter crash. My heart stopped when my friend texted me with the news that he was gone.

Han ’23: Politics matters, it should matter to you too

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Han ’23: Politics matters, it should matter to you too

November 21, 2019 0 comments

On Tuesday, Nov. 19, a man spoke before a panel of congressional representatives and millions of Americans tuned in to watch an investigation into President Donald Trump’s potentially impeachable interactions with Ukranian officials.

Han ’23: Let’s make alternative meat mainstream

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Han ’23: Let’s make alternative meat mainstream

November 1, 2019 0 comments

Burger King has recently made headlines — as well as literal lines outside their stores — with their Impossible Whopper, which consists of a plant-based patty that tastes and “bleeds” like real meat. It was recently reported that this new burger fueled Burger King’s best quarter of growth in four years.

Han ’23: If you’re feeling like an impostor, I’m right there with you

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Han ’23: If you’re feeling like an impostor, I’m right there with you

October 10, 2019 1 comment

The period of transition into college is different for everyone, but for most, Brown is an entirely new world.