Think Piece

18
Aug / 17
by Austere Core
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I am writing this from the voice of someone who is tired.

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15
Jun / 17
by Garrett Smith
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“Our current Hero stands at a crossroads, between remaining paralyzed and finding some course for action. We can, and will, be the GPS that guides him towards a new form of action if we do not allow ourselves to get stuck in the mire.”

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13
Jun / 17
by Garrett Smith
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How far is too far? “Any argument against their beliefs is filtered through a logic causeway that falls into categories like the above: either it’s fake news, liberal exaggeration, or anti-white conspiracy.”

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08
Jun / 17
by Austere Core
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We spoke with new high school graduation, Carolina, about the youth’s perceptions of the social culture they’ve grown up around and her thoughts for a better future.

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30
May / 17
by Austere Team
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This story was printed in the DAWN issue. Secure your copy here. [dropcap size=big]S[/dropcap]ince 45 took office, the youth—which I see as more of a disposition than an age—are showing up in droves to protest, to resist, and to question the America we were sold in history class. While we

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26
May / 17
by Alcynna Lloyd
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This story was printed in the DAWN issue. Secure your copy here. Photo by Austere’s Ellie Alonzo [dropcap size=big]C[/dropcap]lose your eyes and imagine a woman. Is this woman tall or short? Skin dark as the richest soil? Perhaps, pale like a cloudless sky. Is she thin like stems stretching on

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25
May / 17
by Garrett Smith
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This story was printed in the DAWN issue. Secure your copy here. [dropcap size=big]S[/dropcap]o let’s just get right into it. Like a weekday morning, you’ve opened up the covers of your eyes, delving into the fresh pages of the day. Maybe you’re groggy, from all the recent developments in this

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27
Oct / 16
by Alcynna Lloyd
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I can pass it down through generations. The cultural significance of my native food is an essential part of my existence as an immigrant in a foreign land. It is what keeps me connected to my people, and tells my story. It enriches my soul, while filling my belly.

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11
Oct / 16
by Larisa Manescu
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What’s the point if we were all just there to grab sound bites, be entertained, bicker and walk away gripping our egos just as tightly as when we walked in? How do we fight for what’s right without yelling at one another? How did we get here?

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Sep / 16
by Austere Core
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No matter where you celebrate Pride, it’s hard to attend and still feel like it’s ours. Pride needs to be something we can be proud of again.

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