Amanda "Pand" Milo takes a personal journey to discuss what more we can do to accept those with autism.
Issue One: Revolution
Our inaugural issue explores revolution. As we began a new decade, we were inspired by change, movement, and innovation. Where do you see revolution taking place in your life, art, and studies? Be revolutionary!
Anne Bailey takes a look at terrorism with the view that the Crusades were part of a Catholic history of violence and intimidation.
Bailee Pelton and her team explore stereotypes within gender and sexuality with the goal of inspiring everyone to be more comfortable in their own skin.
Claire Hubble writes about the relationship between art and theatre in the early 19th century and calls for a revolution in how we learn about these art forms.
In a photo essay, Tiffany Tran reveals women are nhiều or plenty and why this is still a revolutionary idea.