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From Both Sides of the Rivalry

From Both Sides of the Rivalry

A transfer from one rival school to another

Anime Boston 2017

Anime Boston 2017

Attend me, senpai.

I am proud to be Indian… Sort of?

I am proud to be Indian… Sort of?

Where do I draw the line between being proud of something and acknowledging the bad stuff?

Paper Swords

Paper Swords

On the specter of the Strong Female Character™ and what we want from her.

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From Both Sides of the Rivalry

From Both Sides of the Rivalry

A transfer from one rival school to another

From Such Great Heights

From Such Great Heights

“Guys…this is going to be our home for the next four years.”

Anime Boston 2017

Anime Boston 2017

Attend me, senpai.

A Tale of Two Cities

A Tale of Two Cities

So after almost two years in college, do I like Boston or home (New York) better? It’s a question that’s getting more and more difficult to answer…

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