By ANNA GRACE LEE For as long as I can remember—and even before then— I have always been a big person. Not in the metaphorical, take-the-high-road sense, but in the literal sense, in terms of size. I was a nine-pound … Continue reading Some Meat on Your Bones: The Delicate and Dangerous Dance of Linking Body Weight with Personality
By ELISE CORDING Art By OLIVIA BONO “How many of us are real friends? Callin just to ask you a question, just to see how you was feelin. How many?” –Kanye West I’m acquainted with probably more than a hundred people … Continue reading Real Friends
By ELIA MORELOS Art By ANNIKA BJERKE My homegirl called me up on FaceTime a few days ago—first time I had seen her face in months—and asked me how I have been dealing with New York and if I had lost … Continue reading ¿pues ya qué? rooting myself in Ithaca
By ABBY HAILU Art By JEFF SONDIKE and LEO LEVY Cannibalism is when something, partly or fully, consumes its same species for food. It’s a fairly common phenomenon in nature that occurs under a range of circumstances. Sexual cannibalism can occur just after … Continue reading Cannibalism in the Kitschen
By ALLEGRA HANLON Art By AMANDA CRONIN It was the very first orientation week of college. Nerves were flying around the dorm room as you and your roommate got ready for your first real party. The word on your floor was … Continue reading Fresh Meat
By ANNA GODEK The fall of Woody Allen may finally be upon us. As the #MeToo movement progresses and the reckoning for abusive men in Hollywood (and hopefully abusive people everywhere) continues, there has been a re-evaluation of Allen’s famous 1979 film, … Continue reading More than An Age Gap: Statutory Rape in Popular Media
by LUKAS KEEL & JEFFREY KI Continue reading Black Panther: more of Marvel’s meat and potatoes?
By KEVIN GOH
You used to say
it was never just
a deck of baseball cards.
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By Luby Kiriakidi Continue reading Goodnight Moon: College Edition