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Wednesday, November 09, 2005

goings on

Why, you are probably asking, have over 800 people visited Cambridge Common in the last 48 hours? Because there's so much goings on!

First, the special guest discussion on the ethics and nature of development and progress continues on with Dam pointing out that the world simply cannot sustain a growing population of American-style gluttony, while conversations continue on he and Isa's first posts.

Meanwhile, Katie is leading a great conversation on language and queer identity, that Travis Kavulla, the author of the original Crimson column that in part began this conversation (and used Katie's Cambridge Common writing as a foil), has joined to share some thoughts and defend his column. Let Katie and him know what you think!

It's exciting to see all these ideas flying around, so keep them coming!

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