Byshera Williams is a Pre-Junior English Major at Drexel University and the current Assistant Editor for The Smart Set.
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Here’s to the Horses I became a fool for horses rather late in life. In my early 30s I got a job as a counselor in a horseback program for juvenile delinquents. Except for a few pony rides as a kid — one at a […]
On Getting a Life If you're in the midst of a career change, I've got some advice: dress for the job you want. So, do you want to be a D.C. reporter? Or a punk rocker? (Lapham's Quarterly, The Smart […]
Jurassic Tennis When I first visited Paris many years ago, I'd assumed the old racquet sport of Jeu de Paume was a mere historical footnote, as extinct from the city as the monarchical elite who once […]