We are on the precipice of a technological revolution, one perhaps even more vast and terrifying than that of the 19th century. It manifests itself in our priorities, in our paradigms, but most vividly and honestly in our art. In these pages, you will see a direct reflection of our societal shifts, whether it be a refusal of them through a return to natural materials or a recognition of them spoken in post-apocalyptic language. We are flailing to remain human in a way so tragic, it's beautiful. It is my hope that as you scour these works, you may find some corporeal sanctuary in them, but also appreciate the temporality of both their content and the pages they are printed on. Enjoy.
November’s featured artist is Samuel Cruz. Sam is a junior English Writing major with minors in Communication and Substance Abuse read more
A Mask Well Worn The definition of Halloween night can come with an extent of different traditions. An overdose of candy read more