Tag Archives: Graduation

Chunks of Change

The knowledge that a mess of Solo cups, pizza boxes and excruciating headaches awaits you tomorrow doesn’t have to dampen the party tonight. …

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’20/’21

Leilim Chang-Salazar loves graduations. The graduates’ sense of accomplishment, their families’ pride, the traditions, the pomp and circumstance—“I love it. It just makes me cry, even if it’s not even mine,” she says. …

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Change, Right On Schedule

End-of-School-Year Detritus

With most of the winter snow falling last October, plants bursting into bloom in February, and more May showers than April ones, the weather report has become our least reliable signal of changing seasons.

What’s the surefire method, then, for …

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