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Political Correction

By Osita Nwanevu. Nwanevu is a recent graduate of the University of Chicago and the editor of the South Side Weekly. Read More

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We Out Here

By Wesley Yang. Yang has written for New York magazine, the New York Times, and n+1. He is at work on his first book. Read More

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Friends Like These

From emails about an antigay protest organized by the Westboro Baptist Church in 2002. The emails were included in the FBI’s file on Fred Phelps, who founded the church in…

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Marching Orders

From a report by the Ohio State University’s Office of Compliance and Integrity on sexual hazing within the university’s marching band. Junior band members performed various “tricks,” “either on command…

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Where Edit Is Due

From additions to Wikipedia entries on women with significant achievements in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics, made by volunteers during an event hosted by Brown University last October. An estimated…

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Chicago Is the Future

It was in 1988 that I moved to the bedraggled neighborhood of Hyde Park in order to study American history at the University of Chicago. I left the city ten…

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The Marriage Plot

From an April 30 police report and subsequent affidavit on the arrest of Jacob Forster, a graduate student in chemistry at Washington State University, who is charged with the attempted…

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Othello’s Son

It was on some early excursion from our backwater district in Vienna to the elegant center of the city that I saw him. I was about seven, reaching up to…

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September 2012