We all carry many pieces of our identity with us every day. This piece examines a core part of myself and the role that I have been given in this life.
This piece explores the impact of grief and disenchantment in the process of growing up.
This piece is a reminder that other people’s needs are as important as our own as well as a reminder of why self-care is essential.
A short essay I wrote while staring at my sun and moon.
Summer is a time of glee and adventure. In New York of 1977, summer was a time of chaos and despair.
Writing is one of the most important aspects of my life. Yet, my words hid from me. As a poet, where does that leave me?
Pei Ying is an English, Creative Writing major. She enjoys occasionally writing short stories about people, relationships, and culture.
Breaking News! A well-known member of the community, Gabriel, has been involved in a fatality. Reports say that he died by his own hand.
This is a short story about the first time I translated for an immigration screening. It is a work in progress that will show the personal aspects of immigration not reflected on legal documentation.
As we leave behind the cold days of winter and see the world light up with new life, this poem is a reflection of that beautiful start of spring.
This poem draws from a really difficult time in my life where I felt many emotions associated with grief.
In this piece, I explored my desire to travel when I was younger and how this has impacted me as I have grown up and gotten to experience the world more.
I love gift-giving, especially handmade gifts made from material that my mother has saved. It allows me to be creative, but with some sort of direction.
There are a lot of emotions that take place with graduating, these are a mix of mine.