By Anna Mitchell ’22   I am stretched out horizontal on my bed my heavy body pressing into the forgiving heap of
November 2, 2018


Rebecca Allen ’25 Staff Writer In the summer in Palo Alto, we got drunk and high aimlessly and went night swimming in
April 28, 2023


Aviva Maxon ’24 Staff Writer Soul words, and the warm perches- Sings the sweetest and never asked – Stops extremity- Must be
April 28, 2023

Summer Crossword

Ellen Hu ’24 and Aanji Sin ’24 Editors-in-Chief Across 3. Malott’s tropical fruit staple 5. Summer music festival that Frank Ocean dropped
April 28, 2023

This Is Just To Say

Nina Howe-Goldstein ’25 SAS Event Coordinator, Occasional Poet I have strung up the plastic skeletons that were in the decoration kit for
April 14, 2023

Tomato Sauce

Rebecca Allen ’25 Staff Writer Every night I have a different nightmare. In the morning, Doves call and Lawnmowers hum. I’m alone
April 14, 2023

Registration Remedies

Belen Yudess ’25 Social Media Manager Even though many students identify room draw and course selection as the most Toll-ing time of
April 14, 2023

Sitcom Crossword

Aviva Maxon ’24 Staff Writer ACROSS 7. Danny, Jesse, and Joey raise D.J., Stephanie,and Michelle in San Francisco 10. The Bluth family
April 14, 2023

Too Quiet

Aviva V. Maxon ’24 Staff Writer When it’s been too quiet, too good, too okay for too long, the creeping feeling, Starts
March 16, 2023

Sucker Fish

Rebecca Allen ’25 Staff Writer In the distance, a siren. I listen to Frankie Cosmos’ old bandcamp albums and wish I was
March 16, 2023


Rebecca Allen ’25 Staff Writer The sunlight And the palms Made me want to cry. You make me nervous, But you don’t
February 23, 2023

At Work

A.V.M. ’24 Staff Writer Chipped nails, full of earth and work A bright color to feminize you In your heavy pants and
February 23, 2023

Salmon Wrapped in Seaweed

Julia Abate ’24 Staff Writer McConnell looks like an office building from the outside. But some of the best meals on campus
February 23, 2023
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