Author: Becky Morgan

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Lessons From A Queen

If you ever want to live out a fantasy of breaking into spontaneous song and dance with a group of strangers, go to Boystown, Chicago. More specifically, go to Sidetrack, a self-proclaimed “behemoth gay club” […]

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The Importance of Being a Small Actor in Your Own Life

I’m not the kind of person who gets in trouble. I’ve never been grounded or given detention. I’ve never even been pulled over. But when I found myself in a meeting with my boss recently, […]

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How and Why You Should Apologize Less: Sorry, Not Sorry

  I’ve always been a very apologetic person. My inclination to apologize is so immediate, I once said sorry to a coffee table after stubbing my toe on it. I wish I could tell you […]

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Liberty and Justice for Some: The Death Penalty in America

In my senior year of college, I took a class called American Violence, focusing heavily on the prevalence of capital punishment in the United States. At the time, my professor was doing work with a […]