Forgiving and living after the Holocaust
by Serena Alagappan on December 11, 2016July 21, 2017
“I slipped two hotels into my pockets; I slept with some under my pillow that night, and the little silver piece I put in my sock for the day.”
by Serena Alagappan on October 8, 2017October 8, 2017
“It was like my whole world filtered through a telescope when I knew you, all I needed was to look your way to think, yes, everything else is far and unimportant.”
by Serena Alagappan on July 23, 2017July 28, 2017
“In the succeeding entries, we telescope our mornings by recounting and recasting. Each succeeding morning of a series is composed in exactly half the number of words of the previous. Diminish with us below.”
by Alex Jacobson, Ananya Malhotra, Carolyn Kelly, Christopher Villani, David Exumé, Katie Duggan, Miriam Friedman, Serena Alagappan, Tara Shirazi, Tess Solomon, Tianyi Wang on October 22, 2017October 22, 2017
Sign language stories in Barnes and Nobles.
by Serena Alagappan on October 10, 2016October 15, 2016
“‘Would you like a prayer?'”
by Serena Alagappan, Tom Hoopes on May 8, 2017August 12, 2017
We always have so many things to do but time stilled in there, like the quiet between heartbeats.
by Serena Alagappan on February 19, 2017July 21, 2017
When she was seven, Kaya said, “If I ever grow up and have my own bank account, the first thing I’m gonna buy is a Christmas tree and then Christmas tree ornaments.”
by Serena Alagappan on April 16, 2017April 22, 2017
She said she wanted to be 30 minutes from a mountain, 30 minutes from a city, and 30 minutes from a sea.
by Serena Alagappan on October 10, 2016
Art, trauma, and the Holocaust
by Serena Alagappan on November 13, 2016
Bot check: What is the name of the farthest residential college from central campus?