In 15 years I’ve grown, cried, fallen, learned and learned some more. However, I have wished I was better, more proficient, smarter, savvier, wittier, stronger, something… more than the person I am.
Class of 2021
Letter of Recommendation: Rice Cookers
There is no kitchen appliance more magical than a rice cooker. Compact, electric and brimming with tasty grains, it holds a special place in our hearts. Here, we pay tribute to the rice cooker.
‘Miss Americana’ Review
This is a reflection and critique of Taylor Swift’s documentary Miss Americana.
‘American Mothers’ is a graphic novel that explores the duality of our identities as hyphenated Americans through the stories of our mothers.
My Best Has Changed
This piece explores how film can help us think more deeply about our choices in life.
Take a break
I wrote this poem after my sister told me to take a break before I cheat on my wife like Alexander Hamilton while I was stressed during an exam period.
This piece dives into the rather complicated relationship that I have developed with my daydreaming. It has been a pretty interesting ride.
A choose-your-own-adventure story that feels like a video game. Make sure to choose wisely.
Starting a new chapter in your life can seem overwhelming. As I’m flooded with emotions, I’ve learned that goodbyes are a way of welcoming what’s to come with open arms.
I Am Your Vision
A poem about the internalized male gaze that verbalizes the ways it affects my thinking and everyday life.
‘Apartment 3B’ Pocket Musical Website
This website encourages audiences to participate in my latest musical, Apartment 3B. It guides them through different methods of supporting the project and engaging actors, musicians, and theater people of all types alongside digital audiences.
Invisible Worlds: Ms. Bingley and Mary
After reading Pride and Prejudice together this year, we decided to write poems from the perspectives of two women in the story who are misunderstood and brushed aside.
In Search of An America Boy
This piece is about patriarchal ideals within my culture and the way they have affected the women in my family.
There’s an untold story behind every woman.
The Long Way Home, an Excerpt
Two strangers at their lowest find out that they may have something the other needs. But first, they need to get over their differences—and their unlikely similarities.