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Dawn of a New Human Race

on Anna Explores Feminism, Science, and Fiction

by atolet01

9 hours, 12 minutes ago

In reading a selection of texts fro Octavia Butler, Bloodchild and Dawn, it becomes immediately apparent that the author is very interested in the concept of interspecies breeding. In Dawn, Lilith Iyapo is […]

Giving What You Have: Community Development in the Washington Neighborhood, San Jose, California

on Practical Visions

by Benjamin D. Baldwin

15 hours, 57 minutes ago

This post is an adaptation of a project by students Ashley Clark and Mason Wells for Professor Lorlene Hoyt's course on Community Development, Planning and Politics Maria Hernandez stood up from her seat and […]

Will Evolution Be Queer? Thoughts on Octavia E. Butler's "Dawn"

on Scherezade Khan ENG91 Responses

by skhan05

1 day, 15 hours ago

I really enjoyed Octavia Butler's Dawn because I think that it did a remarkable job of building a totally immersive world of its own while still providing insightful, sharp commentary on our own society and how it […]

Happy Thanksgiving!

on Tufts Ears for Peers

by Ears for Peers

1 day, 20 hours ago

Good morning Jumbos! HAPPY THANKSGIVING!! Whether you’re eating turkey or pizza, on campus or at home, celebrating Thanksgiving or not, I hope you all have a lovely day today!  In the spirit of this holiday […]

It's All in the Food...

on X.

by Joseph Abrantes

2 days, 15 hours ago

The amazing thing about Thanksgiving – and really all holidays – is that everyone celebrates them differently. The one easy way to understand that: FOOD. Sure, turkey and pie have become mainstays in households […]