“When processing a scandal, the mind makes remarkably fluid conversions from human being to character, and character to joke. Much more difficult is reversing this thinking, as I discovered the day I took a standardized test seated next to Monica Lewinsky.”
Read more of Kate Levin’s “Star Tracks: Or, a Trip to the LSATs” here.

When processing a scandal, the mind makes remarkably fluid conversions from human being to character, and character to joke. Much more difficult is reversing this thinking, as I discovered the day I took a standardized test seated next to Monica Lewinsky.

Read more of Kate Levin’s “Star Tracks: Or, a Trip to the LSATs” here.

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