From Fifteen Minutes Magazine: For queer students attending Harvard in the early 1980s through the late 1990s, publishing magazines offered a way to own their sexuality in print — a means to carve out space for their own narratives.
This week, FM chats with Jonathan F. Sun, an MIT graduate student, illustrator, and author best known for his Twitter persona "jomny sun" (jonnysun).
For FM's "Contemporary Romance" feature, FMC takes us to the movies.
“People still talk about it, because it really is an exemplar of collaboration, of discovery,” he continues, as we stare up the trunk through the (now bare) branches.
"Four days after the Finals of the Scripps National Spelling Bee, I was running through drills. No, not root-word exercises. Not etymology practice. Football drills."
Frank M. Cahill '20 with his entryway mates (Hollis North and South) just after the Freshman Dean's Office Spelling Bee.
Hothead Paisan, Homicidal Lesbian Terrorist, isn’t your everyday comic-book hero. And “Altered Gazes,” the Schlesinger Library exhibition in which this 1991 comic is featured, is not your everyday collection.
Both can be found in CVS.
“The purpose of the conference is to open up a dialogue about the potential power of plant-based diets to address the heaps of global issues,” Nina Gheihman, co-organizer of the conference, says.
FM follows up with the campaign promises and aspirations of the Undergraduate Council as it hits its stride.
Johnson's nascent genius, however, remains preserved—if only we could see it. So what’s in that house? Hard to say.
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