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Opinion: We need to talk about the lesbian pride flag

Ashley Ness, Staff Writer
June 22, 2021

It’s pride month, which means flags are flying high, including the progress flag’s new iteration that is inclusive of intersex people, along with queer and transgender people of color. This flag is a depiction of inclusivity within the queer community. But one pride flag still has some ambiguity and confusion around it: the lesbian pride flag. Specifically, because not everyone flies the same...

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Opinion: Fenway Park and TD Garden are rightfully playing it safe with reopening

Jamie Taris, Staff Writer
April 27, 2021

It has been just about one month since Fenway Park and TD Garden began welcoming back fans in Boston, and I have been lucky enough to visit both venues since their reopenings. I felt perfectly safe at both locations, and the feeling of being back in two of my favorite places was nothing short of phenomenal. Stadiums and arenas are currently allowed to hold 12% capacity, meaning Fenway can host about...

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Letter to the Editor: Lessons I’ve learned from being a leader

Xin Yi Yap
April 27, 2021

Running this final lap of my undergraduate marathon has me in a retrospective state of mind. I look back at my journey as a student, friend and leader in this community, and thought to write my first and last opinion piece to share what I’ve learned on leadership.   1. Being a leader is a responsibility.  Sure, leadership comes with its perks. We are more in tune with what is happening...

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