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Katherine Brown is an opinion writer at The Tufts Daily. Katherine is a junior studying Classics and Spanish and can be reached at [email protected]


MisCONceptions: A beautiful day for a neighbor

Editor’s note: MisCONceptions is a column with four contributors. This article was written by Katherine Brown. I normally cry during movies: It’s a bad habit. But “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” (2019) starring Tom Hanks as Mr. Rogers made me weep. As I watched the way an ordinary man loved those around him who […]


MisCONceptions: Understanding people’s beliefs

Editor’s note: MisCONceptions is a column with four contributors. This article was written by Nicholas Rishi. Perhaps the greatest misconceptions we form about those with opposing political views are born out of an inability to understand why somebody believes what they do. Too frequently, we jump to negative conclusions about the motives and logic behind […]


MisCONceptions: Introduction

America is dying. Whether you believe it is ill due to climate change, rising bigotry and predatory billionaires, or moral degeneration, family breakdown and a loss of unity may vary depending on your political ideology. However, we fear that in a time of increasing polarization, marked by the demonization of the opposing side in echo […]


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