My boyfriend is in computer science, and his greatest fears are his English and Humanities classes. Since I am in Liberal Arts, we often argue about the purpose of what he learns in those courses. He finds them irrelevant and always tries to find a SparkNotes summary of his readings. He would rather spend his time gaining technical knowledge and skills that, in his view, are much more valuable for everyday life.
We are polar opposites when it comes to our academic interests and aims.
By Emilie Hellman
When was the last time you really, genuinely smiled?
Tick tock tick tock, is it a bomb or is it a clock?
Memories of my grandfather.
A figure dances and waits in the moonlight for her companion.
Students like myself with autism don’t have a learning disability. We have a learning difference.
Despite the influence of family and culture, we retain the power to choose our perspectives.
A narrator explores unfulfilled aspects of herself through alternate realities and dimensions.
Trauma can create a harrowing perspective.
A call for personal reflection on one’s privilege.
How much control do we really have in our lives?
Moments of observation and epiphany, captured in a series of short poems.
If only you could see my perspective of you.
A brief overview of Nietzsche’s theory of perspectivism.