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Saturday, December 9, 2023

Senior Issue 2023

A long-winded love letter to stories

That’s all she wrote (not actually I’ve just always wanted to say that)   By KATIE DEBENEDETTI   At some point, someone has probably lied to you and...

The path meant for you is not without its challenges

A guide to the lessons my unexpected college journey taught me   By JADE BELL    I couldn’t do it anymore. I stared at the screen full of...

A Farewell to The Aggie but not to photography

My eyes have snapped the best photos   By KAYLA BRUCKMAN   Although I write countless essays as a sociology major, this column was embarrassingly hard to start....

The gift of storytelling and the power of words

 La lengua no tiene hueso, pero corta lo más grueso   By DANIELA DULA MEJIA — features@theaggie.org   When I was younger, my mom would tell me cuentos...

The big squeeze

Lessons from a transfer student short on time   By OWEN RUDERMAN   Finding time to sit down to write this has been difficult. You might think that’s...

Time makes you bolder

A farewell to my four years at The Aggie   By SOPHIE DEWEES   At this point in my career as a California Aggie journalist, I’ve told my...

Finding joy through gratitude

Embracing each moment as it is and trusting the path ahead   Dear Davis,  Thank you for allowing me to find the flaws and be okay with...

So much meaning packed inside a cookie

To every ending, there is always a new beginning   By MARLON ROLON   It was a cold January night in Reno, Nevada — my family and I...

Who gives a f*** about an Oxford Comma?

 I do, Vampire Weekend. I do   By ANNE THISELTON-DYER   Here’s a secret they won’t tell you: When you are hired as a copy editor at The...

Finding my purpose in eight months

Science writing is the future   By LILLY ACKERMAN   Why did I wait until I was a senior to start writing for The Aggie? I ask myself that...

Celebrating the gift of the present

On reconciling a time gone too fast and living by the words of a wise turtle   By BRANDON NGUYEN    On my car rides home from high...