Articles by Nick Slater

How SEO Is Gentrifying the Internet

Discover the one weird trick that’s ruining everything you love about being online.


Min-terview: Brianna Rennix, Leftenant Editor

Do you find yourself wishing your favorite leftist publication had more swordsmithing content? We have just the editor for you.


The Royal Jelly Problem of Modern Workplaces

In which predetermining the success of a few leaves the vast majority neglected and bound for failure.


A Place Like Home

Editor Nick Slater on the comforts and fuzzy corporeality of home.


You Are Not Free to Move Out of the Country

An American passport isn’t worth what it used to be—but it’s also never opened as many doors as you might’ve thought.


BREAKING: Secret Notes From Democratic Party Headquarters

A peek inside the finest minds that ever got legacy-admitted to the Ivy Leagues.


The NBA Returns Like a Mournful Fart

Basketball is back. Hooray?


Nationalize All The Nice Places

Beautiful public spaces should be held in common by the public and accessible freely to all.


Revisiting ‘Legends of Chamberlain Heights’

The quickly-canceled Comedy Central show was raucous, ridiculous, and controversial—and exactly right for the current moment.


Dirty Tricks Of The Public Relations Industry

You might be under the impression that P.R. is a slimy industry. The truth is that it’s worse than you think.


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