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Bees in the Big City

If you eat food then these urban dwellers are your best friends. By Noah Wilson-Rich, G11

Pariahs in their Homeland

Apartheid-like conditions have driven Myanmar’s Rohingya, an ethnic Muslim minority, to put their lives in the hands of human traffickers who sell them into slavery or pack them onto ships and abandon them in the middle of the ocean. By Andrew Stanbridge and Danny Gold, A05

The Hundred-Acre Wood

Soon after buying a leafy parcel of land, the author got a lesson: “Much as I thought I cared for my woods, I didn’t have a clue about how to properly manage them.” by Phil Primack, A70

A Fraternity of Firsts

The coed house of the 1890s, Heth Aleph Res, defied Victorian morality. By Charlie Trantanella, E89

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