Anabel Costa argues that you don't need to speak the same language to become acquainted — you just have to know how to say "fucker."
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Sam Suh searches for the cause of his roommate's terrible cooking skills.
Raveen Sivashanker examines the role that second-generation migrants play in the cultural appropriation debate.
Refuting racial dichotomies, Pei Ja Anderson sets out to define "Asian-American" for herself.
Examining cultural differences within her family, Melanie Ziment defines Judaism on her own terms.
Anna Roy breaks down why pickup lines that fetishize ethnic ambiguity are creepy, not cute.
Annabel Li breaks down the myth of the model minority.
What if the life you envision for yourself doesn't match up with the one your parents envision for you? Sanya Kamidi searches for a compromise.
Following her visit to Israel, Harper Lambert counters the narrative that the trip is politically neutral and propaganda-free.