Love Letter: Trying to Date Without Hate


Recently, it seems as if teens and college students have had to grow up quickly. Facing a deluge of global and local crises, Gen-Z is past any “age of innocence,” when worries were relatively low stakes (e.g. wondering whether to skip the prom because it’s lame vs. wondering whether to skip the prom because it could get your family sick, provided you’re lucky enough to have a prom at all).

In her essay, “May We Please Just Date Without the Hate?” Joyce Juhee Chung, a finalist in…



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