To telescope, we begin with 300 words, then slice the word count in half for each successive section. We stop when the numbers stop dividing evenly. Below, as a reflection on our warming planet, we telescope heat.
by Adam Chang, Anika Khakoo, Gina Feliz, Naomi Shifrin, Sarah W. Hirschfield on October 13, 2019October 13, 2019
In the succeeding entries, we telescope “faith,” a word with a variety of connotations. Join us in considering “faith,” its soaring capacities, and its particular and personal ones.
by Adam Chang, Alejandro Roig, Gina Feliz, Katie Duggan, Michael Yeung, Nicolette D’Angelo, Sarah Warman Hirschfield, Tianyi Wang on February 24, 2019February 26, 2019
Wondering about the skeleton of the Holiday Inn in Beirut, and its meaning amidst post-conflict narratives.
by Adam Chang on February 17, 2019
“What I wanted to do was ask her if she knew how good she had it: white and pretty and well-to-do and having friends made by her parents from the very beginning.”
by Adam Chang on July 23, 2017August 13, 2017
“It began something like this.”
by Adam Chang on April 23, 2017July 21, 2017
Bot check: What is the name of the farthest residential college from central campus?