Elliot, Poem by Vala Schriefer

by Vala Schriefer   Elliott I traced your eyes on paper today I don’t think I captured the light Since I’ve never seen a blindingly white mountain Or the confetti of berries in… Continue reading

Ode to Spring

By Megan Qiang


Italy Post Trip Article By Kalie Sommerfeld and Matilda Madfis After a delayed start, we all met at the airport early in the morning and boarded our plane to Philadelphia. Once there, we… Continue reading

Early Modern Japan: A Queer Haven?

By: Crystal Zhao In modern Western politics, gender identity and sexual orientation are consistently hot-button issues. From the highest court in the land, to the humble Thanksgiving dining table, fierce debates occur at… Continue reading

The Man Behind China’s Most Iconic Work of Art

By: Crystal Zhao If you travel to Tiananmen Square in the center of Beijing, you’ll immediately encounter one of the most recognizable pieces of Chinese art in modern history: the massive 6 by… Continue reading

Vitae Term

by Michelle Dong What exactly is a “Vitae term”? It’s a mini-course model that will explore topics and projects beyond the set courses of the regular curriculum, combining ideas and expertise from more… Continue reading

Those Are Some Colorful Lyrics Crossword Puzzle

By: Margaret Broihier         Scroll down for the solution!        

How to Make a Fortune Teller

by Ainsley Bradbury and Stephanie Kaiser Ah, fortune tellers. The pinnacle of our childhood origami careers, and coincidentally the center of many arguments between friends – after all, if this magical paper could… Continue reading

Urban Architecture Series: Seattle

by Jennifer Wang Profile Architecture in Seattle is artistically inspired by the nearby mountain ranges and oceans, and throughout the years, has continued to place an emphasis on aesthetic. Background Metro Population –… Continue reading

How to Handletter: Part 4

by Brice Bai