Spring 2017 students gathered in the Residence lobby during Orientation (Hannah Cartmel)
I entered Montreal on a bus, the most dystopian civilian transport this side of the people wagons from Planet of the Apes. I was nervous and it was raining. I was nervous because I hail from a small town in Maine and have never stayed in a city for longer than a couple days at a time on family vacations. It was raining because of global warming.
by Maina Chen; Professional Writing, ‘18 This one is for all the animal lovers coming to Montreal. There is an abundance of cafes, small eateries and take out joints in downtown Montreal, and while having many options are by no means a bad thing, choosing is the hard part. Sometimes you might be looking for […]
By Emily Poltor; Theatre Production (Ohio Wesleyan University), ’17 In-text Photos by Dehjia Thompkins; Business Administration, ’18 I have baby-stepped toward my independence since I reached my teenage years. One shy and timid step dove me into the world of summer jobs at age fourteen. Another resistant step plunged me into the driving world when I got […]
By Jana Pietrzyk, Professional Writing ‘16 This is a talking city. This is a city full of strangers. This is a beat city. This is a city full of words. This city is a space that holds us in its cupped hands. I feel it caressing my chest with its thumb; I feel it breathing on […]
By Jana Pietrzyk; Professional Writing, ‘16 There is a cashier at the bagel place on the corner, who watches a man – dirt stained and sweating- walk in, making a beeline for the pitcher of water. He’s turned away. He walks out, quietly, and she says to me she wishes she owned the place so she […]