Dismantling a Car-Centric Society

By Elysse DaVega Usually I’m a pedestrian, but today I’m on my bike. At night, my feet pulse from the pain of what must be thousands of steps, but feel like millions. Tonight they won’t, I think to myself, because today I’m on my bike….

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The power of keeping a journal

By Maiya Mahoney Growing up, I’m sure we all kept a diary of some sort, tucked away where no one could find it as we wrote about our secret crushes, what happened on the playground, and soccer practice shenanigans.  Well, at least I did.  It…