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‘On the Last Day of High School, I Almost Died. CPR Saved My Life.’

‘On the Last Day of High School, I Almost Died. CPR Saved My Life.’

When the heart stops for any reason, a new kind of first aid means the difference between life and death
‘On the Last Day of High School, I Almost Died. CPR Saved My Life.’

‘On the Last Day of High School, I Almost Died. CPR Saved My Life.’

When the heart stops for any reason, a new kind of first aid means the difference between life and death

Learning to Drive (Again) in the United Arab Emirates

A formerly gear-shy writer finds freedom in four wheels and the open desert.

Christmas Presents: Is it Really the Thought That Counts? (Probably Not)

When a woman tells you “it’s the thought that counts,” in relation to the gift you have just given her, it means you’ve wildly underperformed.
Someone Modded Mario 64 To Play In Nauseating First-Person

Someone Modded Mario 64 To Play In Nauseating First-Person

We’ve been running and jumping as Mario for decades, but always from a third-person perspective. A recently-released mod tweaks Super Mario 64 to let you see the world from Mario’s eyes and in the

Do Long-Distance Relationships Work?

Karley Sciortino on navigating the perks and pitfalls of a long-distance relationship.

I Was Sexually Abused as a Boy—Here’s What I Know About Abused and Abusive Men

A survivor of sexual abuse speaks out for the first time about healing, salvation, and action.

Buffalo Love

The Bills, the Sabres, the waterfront; A reluctant daughter of the city comes back around.

What It’s Like to Be an Identical Twin

For one thing, having your face and body scrutinized and compared to someone else’s every day can breed a near-obsessive concern with your appearance.

What Is a Domestic Partnership? We’re So Glad You Asked

Hot cops, commitments, and other tales from not-traditionally-married life.

I Love Kate Middleton

What it’s like to love and admire an actual princess, at a time when many modern women would prefer their daughters look up to Malala or Marie Curie.

Learning to Love Across the Cultural Divide

Learning to accept a cultural inheritance.

Watching Outlander Helped My Marriage

The series is basically Braveheart meets A Wrinkle in Time meets The Crown, but with some serious sex mixed in.

A Modern Love Story

In which there are many baroque and garish turns.

Why I Haven’t Been on a Date Since Trump Was Elected

Swearing off love is freeing, but also like free-falling.

Why I’m Giving Up Instagram for Lent

A millennial writer weighs in on why social media can be a strain, too.

Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon Turns 45, Still Holds Sway

Pink Floyd’s experimental, ambiguous, conceptual Dark Side of the Moon looms large as one of rock’s seminal statement pieces, but critical acclaim pales in comparison to its individual impact.

On Holi, Getting Lost in the Name Game

On Holi, an Indian-American writer reflects on identity.

Riding Along With a Log Through a Saw Mill Is Absolutely Terrifying

It’s not uncommon for cartoon characters to find themselves unwittingly dragged through all the chaos of a saw mill. From the audience’s perspective, it’s usually hilarious. But when you send a small