The Mellow Kid, who may or may not be a senior humanities concentrator,
promises not to let this semester’s cartoons deteriorate into surly
commentary on thesis trauma and/or kvetching about Core requirements.
Watch the Kid tackle today’s pressing issues, or at least point and
snicker at them, on Mondays.
Aliza H. Aufrichtig ’08 has gotten a lot of mileage out of her
initials (AHA). She thinks they make her witty. Back when she was born,
her parents considered naming her Heather Aliza Aufrichtig (HAA). Too
bad. Then she might have been funny, but she also would have been named
Heather. Catch her funny and witty (she hopes) cartoons on Tuesdays.
Briahna J. Gray ’07 is a history of science/ history of art
and architecture joint concentrator in Currier House, who is seeking to
fill the recent void in her extracurricular life formed after leaving
her beloved a cappella group (shout out to the Harvard Lowkeys!) with
yet another marginal art form—cartooning. When not attempting to figure
out what her concentration actually means, you can find her thinking of
ways to avoid leaving the Quad…at any cost. Check out Briahna’s
cartoons on Wednesdays.
Kathleen E. Breeden ’09 is a prospective history and
literature concentrator in Hollis Hall, where she’s petitioned for a
resident cat to assist in the ongoing war against mice. This Kentuckian
enjoys making tea, building shrines to C.S. Lewis, and pulling
all-nighters in Lamont. She swears she won’t procrastinate on drawing
submissions, though, so you can look for her cartoon on Thursdays.
Priya Rajdev ’07 is a government concentrator in Eliot House.
Her work has appeared in such publications as the Sri Lankan Daily
News, Austria’s Die Presse, and The Winnipeg Sun. She would also like
to point out that while none of the above is actually true, wouldn’t it
be cool if it were? Priya would like to give a brief shout-out to GWB:
“G-Dubs—you’re the best friend a cartoonist could ever have—keep up the
good work.” Prepare for Priya’s artistic creations on Fridays.