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Newsfeed | TIME

Inside the Nat Sherman Townhouse, ‘tobacconist to the world’ | Business Insider

The next big thing in fast food is… poké | Business Insider

Introducing Hanksy, viral graffiti artist and pop culture prophet | Business Insider

A ‘date’ with Rent A Gent | Business Insider

At home with Miki Agrawal, CEO and Co-Founder of Thinx | Business Insider

On the town with Tablelist, the app for clubbing | Business Insider

Meet the ‘Man Repeller’ Leandra Medine | Business Insider

The American Dream Isn’t Dead | NationSwell


A long march to commencement | Yale Daily News

Old Campus, New History | YDN Magazine

The Physical Level | YDN Magazine

Saga of the Pseudo-State | The Yale Globalist

But words brought into a happy conjunction produce something that lives, just as soil and climate and an acorn in happy conjunction will produce a tree. Words are like acorns, you know. Every one of ’em won’t make a tree, but if you just have enough of ’em, you’re bound get a tree sooner or later.

—Faulkner, Mosquitoes