Issue Six is here.
Editor Jaden Kielty shares a powerful piece on the role that anger plays in the struggle against racial oppression.
Editor Sam Helffrich shares a reflection on her discovery of a beloved Fleetwood Mac album.
Editor Leina Hsu shares a piece reflecting on the importance of female friends in her life and the role that these friendships have played in her personal growth.
Editor Renae Salunga shares a poem that grapples with competing desires to create both intimacy and distance.
For the first blog post of the semester, Editor Natalie Chaudhuri shares a piece that explores our classmates’ love for lipstick and showcases their smiles.
Editor Samantha Freedman shares a poem about the roots that nourish her and the roots she has grown for herself.
Contributor Emma Woodruff shares a piece reflecting on the OWN IT x Bossier art gallery in anticipation of the OWN IT summit on March 30th, 2019.
Editor Maya Silardi shares a reflection on the recognition of how an aspiration to a mythic and savior love somehow seems to replace the love we hold for ourselves.
Editor Sienna Brancato shares a raw and beautiful poem inspired by “The Burning of Paper Instead of Children” by Adrienne Rich.
Editor Taylor Kahn-Perry shares a poem in honor of the student climate strikes worldwide on March 15, 2019.