A found poem from “The Great Gatsby” and “Passing,” analyzing the role of women in regards to the American Dream.
A virtual gallery of poetic prose and art pieces exploring the nature of faces.
A collage of paint and vibrant colors that represent the old comic art style.
A visual representation of the Harlem Renaissance or the New Negro Movement. The growth of black music, art, and community through the many vessels of hands that watered it.
A look at what I hide, even from those closest to me, and why.
Bordering the line between patient and friend, Dr. Olivia Bowen and Crystal Chavez discuss an incident that has affected one of Crystal’s relationships. The two work through ‘the incident’, showing Dr. Bowen’s intentions are not what they seem.
This piece is a very personal reflection of a time in my life where I felt a need to be more grounded and reevaluate my relationship with eating.
A fun camping night ended up as the worst night for all and last night for one.
Explore the beauty of love alongside its downfall… Only love someone who can love you back… the same way…
In this piece, I stumble across the wonders of natural hair and after, try to convince my mother to let me go natural.
This piece chronicles a drive upstate across the Taconic, feeling each bend in the road, looking for familiar trees out of my window.
After finding her grandmother’s pearl necklace, Roman’s life seems to turn upside down. Given the chance to fix everything, will she make it in just the nick of time, or remain stuck forever?
Validation explores a love-hate intimate relationship that battles with self-love.
Today, we’re constantly being criticized for how we look, what we wear, and how we act, and we’re forced to change ourselves to avoid criticism. Alana faces the same problem. She loves her long, jet black hair. But as her hair gets increasingly longer, people are starting to talk about her, and especially her hair. Feeling pressured, she decides to cut her hair short. She feels bold, but something doesn’t feel right…