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A Look at The Handmaid’s Tale

by Rachel Luo Photography by Marybeth Schmidt Models: Tonya Chen, Jillian Westphal Hair & Makeup by Genna Miller, Rachel Cook Styling by Rebecca Wong, Sarah Graham O’Malley The words are met with silence: “Who led them on? Whose fault was it?”  Then in unison, all of the Handmaidens raise their arms and point at the sole girl […]

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An Earthly Love Affair: An Interview with Victoria Jameson

by Carson Blair Close your eyes. Imagine light squeezing through ocean blue waves and shining a spotlight on the unique creatures of the sea. Imagine green hills rolling like an old movie reel: grainy, classic and everlasting. Mountains extend their reach to the sky, blooming with fluorescent flowers at the ground equipped with dream-like snow […]

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#sparktravels: Caprock Canyons: Where the Buffalo Roam

by Carson Blair It’s 4 am. I’m foggy eyed, exhausted to the core and my brain does not recognize the chilling darkness as morning. Yet, I get up — as excited and wide-eyed as one can be at the first dawn of day, for I am yearning for pure adventure. I prance outside to chilly weather, immediately […]

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The Reinvention of Poetry in the Digital Age

by Niti Majethia Graphics by Esther Shin There’s no formula for what makes a good poem. Because you see, there are so many different factors that influence the form of poetry. As time evolves, people change, technology grows and thinking progresses — the way something is presented may change, contexts may change, formats may evolve, […]

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Monochromatic Style: Get The Most Compliments Doing The Least

by Elizabeth Nguyen Photography by Katherine Perks Elizabeth Nguyen takes on the monochromatic outfit challenge one school week to wear one color head-to-toe instead of the usual outfit of t-shirts and leggings to learn how to style and feel better in class in great outfits I have run into too many cute people while looking […]

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TEDx Reponse: Introverts + Activism in Austin

by Natalie Berry Graphics by Rachel Efruss Activism is an assertive word that breeds associations with bra-burning marchers and crowds screaming at the top of their lungs. But that’s not truly correct. A lot of the headway that activists have achieved is through quiet, diligent actions. There is definitely a place for introverts in activism, […]

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