Way Past Tense.

Way Past Tense.

By Aanchal Sheth ’23. Art by Alex Park ’23. “Sunsets are proof that endings can be beautiful.”   But does that make it easier to…

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For when I love you without loving you

For when I love you without loving you

By Aditi Marchan ’23. Art by Alex Park ’23. You tell me not to fold your culture because you think I cannot hold my culture…

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An ode to hijaz

An ode to hijaz

I’ve grown to know places like people. Should I be patient enough to experience a place during all four seasons, only then may I truly…

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Jai Maa Kali!

Jai Maa Kali!

By Rhea Mathews ’21. Art by Amsel Saleem ’21. When she returned “home” after exactly two weeks, there were two things had to be thrown…

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The Charmspeaker

The Charmspeaker

By Harrison Katz ’23. Art by Amsel Saleem ’21. “Sir Hayden!” King Satorus boomed, his voice echoing through the royal throne room like the roll…

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To the one I call mother

To the one I call mother

By Kaitlyn Hall ’23. Art by Alex Park ’23. When you were thirteen,did you know you would be here?In America?Divorced with two Asian-American Daughters?Did you…

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