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Blue
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Endpaper: What I Mean

The truth of the matter was that his death jolted me into awareness. It made me all the more conscious of how I was always too afraid that what I’d say wouldn’t be intelligent enough, or substantive enough, or just plain enough.

A movie theater.
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A movie theater.

A movie theater.

A movie theater.
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Endpaper: The Overbearing 'E'

Though at school and on weekends, I thrived while constantly surrounded by people, there was something I did not realize about myself: I actually spent a lot of time alone.

Boba
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Endpaper: Boba

Before I knew it, five boba places, each with its own distinct culture, dotted my tiny city.

Michelle Y. Raji
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The Word: Citizen

“Hey you — All our fevered history won’t instill insight, won’t turn a body conscious, won’t make that look in the eyes say yes, though there is nothing to solve even as each moment is an answer.” — Claudia Rankine, “Citizen: An American Lyric”

Meg P. Bernhard and Haley A. Rue '17
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Meg P. Bernhard and Haley A. Rue '17

Meg P. Bernhard and Haley A. Rue '17

Meg P. Bernhard and Haley A. Rue '17
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Night Walk

Every night as I walk my quiet mile, I grasp at memories. The sound of her voice. The way her eyes squinted when she was smiling too hard. The words she liked to write. I fear I am forgetting details.

A Record of Some Kind
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A Record of Some Kind

A Record of Some Kind
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A Record of Some Kind

The small device gasping for breath on the table in front of me contained the images of my summer—carefully catalogued evidence of the time I had spent trekking around the Malay Peninsula of Southeast Asia.

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Endpaper: Daydreaming in Israel

I try my best to listen closely, too, as I watch Fayyad pace around the podium. But if you asked me today what, exactly, Fayyad talked to us about, I wouldn’t be able to tell you.

Dungeons and Dragons Dice Stock Image
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Dungeons and Dragons Dice Stock Image

A set of D&D dice

Dungeons and Dragons Dice Stock Image
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Roll With It

Ben G. Cort '18 is the Dungeon Master.

Camp Cabin
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15 For a Moment

Every time they pull out Tiger Beat Magazine, I can’t help but think about myself at 15.

Born to Run
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Endpaper: Like Father, Like Daughter

An ignorant passerby might wonder what on Earth could possibly attract so many eager line-waiters so early in the morning. But for us, the Harvard Coop’s book-signing event for Springsteen’s autobiography, “Born to Run,” is an opportunity to meet, even for a mere 15 seconds, the man who supported us through life’s highs and lows.

Night post.
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Night post.

A lamppost. At night.