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Archives for the month of May 2019

  • Mate of The MoonYsalane Mejicano-Perepolkin •May 30, 2019

    A figure dances and waits in the moonlight for her companion. 

  • Learning DifferencesBrendan Mirijello-Giglio •May 30, 2019

    Students like myself with autism don’t have a learning disability. We have a learning difference.

  • Building Our Own PerspectivesMaria Melina Tomizzi •May 30, 2019

    Despite the influence of family and culture, we retain the power to choose our perspectives.

  • LayersTessa Bracken •May 30, 2019

    A narrator explores unfulfilled aspects of herself through alternate realities and dimensions. 

  • Installed Confusion, Repeated IllusionLara Dignard •May 30, 2019

    Trauma can create a harrowing perspective. 

  • Does It Scare You To Jaywalk?Debbie Mukuhi •May 30, 2019

    A call for personal reflection on one’s privilege. 

  • A Perspective on Freedom: Free Will, Determinism and CompatibilismMariam El Jabiri •May 30, 2019

    How much control do we really have in our lives?

  • Happiness IsLara Dignard •May 30, 2019

    Moments of observation and epiphany, captured in a series of short poems.

  • What I SeeMaria Melina Tomizzi •May 14, 2019

    If only you could see my perspective of you. 

  • What Is A Perspective?Amanda Routtenberg •May 13, 2019

    A brief overview of Nietzsche’s theory of perspectivism.  

  • Self LoveJade Brisset •May 8, 2019

    This is self care, I tell myself. 

  • Girl In The MirrorNicasia James •May 8, 2019

    She is my tormentor––and my loyal companion. 

  • ExitMihail Cerba •May 8, 2019

    Time puts everything in perspective. 

  • Crooked LaneAdriana Travisano •May 8, 2019

    Autumn leaves offer a child a new perspective on her father. 

  • RainMaria Melina Tomizzi •May 7, 2019

    Rain engulfs. Cleanses. Erases.