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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Who Are You?

Who Are You?

By Aila Rodriguez ’23. Art by Hee Won Chung ’23. “Who are you?” Introducing myself is easy enough, right? I thought so too, until I…

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I Dreamed a Dream

I Dreamed a Dream

Warning: This piece contains references to gun violence, trauma, and brutality. By Ray Huang ’23. Art by Alex Park ’23. anticipation makes everything better –…

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Throwing a Hotdog Down a Hallway

Throwing a Hotdog Down a Hallway

Warning: This piece contains references to sexual assault and suicide. If you wish to access support, resources can be found here and here. By Howida Tarabzooni…

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Easily Distracted and Wanders Off

Easily Distracted and Wanders Off

By Kitri Sundaram ’21. I have never met anyone more averse to standing in one place for three consecutive seconds than my father. He takes…

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IHOB – LAXMAN SONI

IHOB – LAXMAN SONI

Interview by Olympe Scherer ’21. There’s a game I used to play as a kid with my brother, “Max Payne.” If I want to remind…

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