“This isn’t to say that an ending has no value, for where the author leaves us at the end is always strategic and therefore important to
think about. However, we have grown too attached to endings.”
by Mia Salas on March 3, 2019March 5, 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
“Genealogy is an engaging project to undergo because it navigates the…paradoxical relationship between a narrowly defined conception of the self and the larger, more communal one”
by Max McGougan on February 24, 2019February 26, 2019
Considering the effects of modernization, growing more thoughtful about consumption, and mourning roadkill.
by Zartosht Ahlers on February 17, 2019March 20, 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
The unspoken luxury of not debating politics with your relatives over dry turkey.
by Mika Hyman on December 9, 2018December 8, 2018
When the mother tongue is tucked away to make room for other languages, what becomes of it?
by Jimin Kang on December 3, 2018December 2, 2018
What’s cooler than doing Bridge Year? Anything. But also, this.
by JuJu Lane on December 3, 2018February 18, 2019
A power imbalance mediated by language, a relationship done and undone in the webs of translation.
by Somi Jun on November 18, 2018February 17, 2019
“In my desperate search for a ‘cure’ for my concussion, I experimented with the outermost fringes of the medical world: the truly punk-rock subculture of medical science.”
by Patrick Macdonald on November 18, 2018November 17, 2018
Reflections on a national tragedy, on a fractured window in a palace in time.
by Micah Newberger on November 11, 2018November 10, 2018
A love letter to the (temporarily) retired port of Princeton.
by Ellen Scott-Young on November 11, 2018November 11, 2018
Bot check: What is the name of the farthest residential college from central campus?