The Guardian2 min lettiPsychology
Please Check In On Your Introvert Friends. We Might Not Be Doing As Well As You Think | Arwa Mahdawi
A new study suggests introverts are experiencing more loneliness and anxiety than extroverts due to the pandemic. As I’ve found myself, it turns out there is such a thing as too much time at home
The Guardian5 min lettiPolitics
The Real Black History? The Government Wants To Ban It | Priyamvada Gopal
From slavery to empire it’s a tale of resistance and freedom. Yet school guidance prohibits this as divisive ‘victim narrative’
The Guardian3 min letti
What's Better Than Reading A Perfect Bit Of Writing? Forgetting It, Being Reminded Of It, And Loving It All Over Again | Adrian Chiles
My new favourite app sends me random round-ups of passages I’ve enjoyed. It’s the perfect marriage of art and science
The Guardian6 min letti
Weird, Wacky And Utterly Wonderful: The World's Greatest Unsung Museums
A bullring full of blood, a house full of sweet wrappers, a power station full of sculpture, a roundabout full of plants … Hilton Als, Mary Beard, Russell Tovey and more pick their alternative favourite museums
The Guardian4 min letti
'Liveable Streets': How Cities Are Prioritising People Over Parking
Schemes to reclaim city streets for pedestrians are flourishing during the Covid-19 pandemic
The Guardian2 min letti
Beatified Millennial: Pope Sets Late Tech Whiz On Path To Sainthood
Pope Francis said the beatification of an Italian computer whiz-kid was a sign to young people that “true happiness comes from putting God first”. Carlo Acutis, who is on a path to sainthood after being beatified in the Umbrian town of Assisi, helped
The Guardian2 min letti
Peru Opens Machu Picchu Ruins For One Tourist
Japanese tourist waited almost seven months to enter Inca citadel while trapped in country during coronavirus pandemic
The Guardian8 min letti
‘Humans Weren’t Always Here. We Could Disappear’: Meet The Collapsologists
Deep in the French countryside, pockets of anti-capitalists and environmentalists are preparing for the end of civilisation – or even humanity itself
The Guardian5 min lettiPolitics
Ten Black History Events That Should Be Taught To Every Pupil
Black History Month is a chance to introduce forgotten historical episodes into the curriculum, from the British black panthers to the Bristol bus boycott
The Guardian4 min letti
Duncan Grant's Erotica Is A Blast Of Defiant Joy In Tough Times For The Arts | Barbara Ellen
An inspiring story has surfaced about the re-emergence of more than 400 erotic drawings by the late Bloomsbury artist Duncan Grant, who lived most of his life as a criminalised gay man. The drawings, thought to be destroyed, have been offered to the
The Guardian3 min letti
Big Veg Twitter Is The Last Corner Of The Internet That Is Wholesome And Good | James Colley
Passionate growers of absurdly large vegetables offer a soothing respite from social media feeds filled with irony and horror
The Guardian5 min letti
Miranda July's Teenage Obsessions: 'Bikini Kill Were Gods'
The Kajillionaire director on the allure of dripping honey, Jane Cam
The Guardian4 min lettiPolitics
Trump's Response To The Pandemic Has Always Been Dishonest And Cruel | Rebecca Solnit
The contemporary right has one central principle: rejecting any responsibility for others in the hollow name of freedom
The Guardian4 min letti
The History Of Art Is Full Of Female Masters. It's Time They Were Taken Seriously | Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett
The very fact that baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi has a major exhibition shouldn’t be remarkable – but it is
The Guardian3 min lettiPolitics
Don't Believe Privilege Affects Covid-19 Outcomes? Trump Is A Case In Point | Renee C Wurth
Disparities in treatment and outcomes for the coronavirus are stark, and fall along race and class lines. It’s no wonder why
The Guardian4 min letti
There Are Dark Times Ahead. We Have Only One Weapon: Hope
What will we need to survive this deluge of macho politicians, incompetence and lockdowns as the nights draw in? A belief that one day it will be better
The Guardian5 min letti
‘Zoom University’: Is College Worth The Cost Without The In-person Experience?
Covid-19 has led many to question costs and highlights the fact that higher education institutions are businesses
The Guardian4 min letti
After Donald Trump's Deranged Balcony Address, We're All Gasping Together | Marina Hyde
The president tells us he beat coronavirus like a man: the kind who takes all the best drugs and leaves everyone else exposed
The Guardian4 min lettiPolitics
White House Likened To 'Ghost Town' As Anxiety Over Coronavirus Cluster Grows
US administration faces complaints it failed to trace potential contacts of Donald Trump and his infected aides Coronavirus – latest updates
The Guardian4 min letti
There's A Second Wave Of Covid. How Do I Get My Dad To Rein In His Social Life? | Eleanor Margolis
No matter how many articles on coronavirus I force him to read, he never seems quite scared enough
The Guardian2 min letti
People Don't Trust The Facts About Trump's Coronavirus. Is It Any Wonder? | Simon Jenkins
An unregulated internet was always likely to breed confusion, denial and conspiracy theories. This is its nadir
The Guardian4 min letti
Trolls On 'Dragging Sites' Can Ruin Lives. It's Time They Answered For Their Actions | Sali Hughes
Like me, many people struggle to stop unfounded allegations on unscrupulous forums, which can destroy reputations
The Guardian2 min letti
Covid: How Excel May Have Caused Loss Of 16,000 Test Results In England
Public Health England data error blamed on limitations of Microsoft spreadsheet Coronavirus – latest updates
The Guardian5 min letti
Hate Exercising? Don't Worry, So Did Our Ancestors | Daniel E Lieberman
Covid restrictions make regular physical activity even harder to achieve – but evolutionary psychology can provide help Coronavirus – latest updat
The Guardian3 min letti
Kenzo Takada Remembered For Style That Meant 'Freedom For The Woman’s Body'
Critics and models voice heartbreak over death of Japanese designer who was ahead of his time when it came to women’s fashion
The Guardian3 min lettiPolitics
Trump, Covid And Empathy For The World's Least Empathetic Man | Robert Reich
Biden is praying for him – and yet the Trump campaign’s negative ads continue. There’s an asymmetry of decency here
The Guardian4 min letti
New Find Reveals Grim Truth Of Colonial Belgium’s ‘Human Zoos’
Antwerp exhibition tells of the lives and deaths of Congolese shipped over to be put on show in cities from 1885 to 1958
The Guardian7 min letti
Long Covid: The Evidence Of Lingering Heart Damage
Cardiologists are finding that problems aren’t related to age or severity of infection Coronavirus – latest updates
The Guardian8 min letti
‘We Just Had To Get Home’: The Californians Who Rebuild Despite The Danger Of Wildfires
Three families find the resilience to return to the homes destroyed by fire and start over with the threat of new blazes looming
The Guardian4 min letti
'Video Game Planes Emit Real Carbon': Why Gaming Is Not Merely Guilt-free Escapism
Video games seem like radical relief from hard reality, but they’re also deeply implicated in the problems we collectively face
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