Category Archives: Will’s Articles

In Lieu of More Change, Links for Martin Luther King Jr.

Today is Martin Luther King Jr Day. If you had a day off from work, you probably know this. If you worked or are working today, you probably also still know this. Still, I want to speak about things you

In Lieu of More Change, Links for Martin Luther King Jr.

Today is Martin Luther King Jr Day. If you had a day off from work, you probably know this. If you worked or are working today, you probably also still know this. Still, I want to speak about things you

How We & I Remember Nine Eleven

I’ve wanted to write about 9/11 for a long time. But I’ve held back because of my own insufficiencies. I don’t feel like I’m insightful or eloquent enough to actively discuss what happened. But I nonetheless feel myself wanting to

How We & I Remember Nine Eleven

I’ve wanted to write about 9/11 for a long time. But I’ve held back because of my own insufficiencies. I don’t feel like I’m insightful or eloquent enough to actively discuss what happened. But I nonetheless feel myself wanting to

Income, Inequality & Internships

Let me start with a caveat. I’ve inarguably benefitted from privilege more so than I’ve been impeded by a lack thereof. My parents provided me with the means to have a great high school and college education. They continue to

Income, Inequality & Internships

Let me start with a caveat. I’ve inarguably benefitted from privilege more so than I’ve been impeded by a lack thereof. My parents provided me with the means to have a great high school and college education. They continue to

A Willow Tree on the Emergence of Non-Human Docufiction

Today I hung out under a willow tree to talk about sharks. We’d both recently watched the newest installment in the Discovery Channel’s Shark Week franchise—the willow tree and I—and we wanted to take a moment to discuss what we’d

A Willow Tree on the Emergence of Non-Human Docufiction

Today I hung out under a willow tree to talk about sharks. We’d both recently watched the newest installment in the Discovery Channel’s Shark Week franchise—the willow tree and I—and we wanted to take a moment to discuss what we’d

The Politics of the Compliment: What We Mean When We Say “Strong Woman”

It’s not some big secret: attempts men make at sensitivity towards women re compliments are often misguided, to say the least. It does have to do with gender inequality but, admittedly, “complimenting complications” aren’t unique to how men compliment women.

The Politics of the Compliment: What We Mean When We Say “Strong Woman”

It’s not some big secret: attempts men make at sensitivity towards women re compliments are often misguided, to say the least. It does have to do with gender inequality but, admittedly, “complimenting complications” aren’t unique to how men compliment women.