My new medium of art has come about because ive realized im better at building things than I am at drawing. Ive become obsessed with fabric- it started with embroidery and has slowly made its way to sewing. In part, this hobby has come about because I want to be self sufficient. I love crafting … Continue reading
The narrow streets that divide up the land are named after flowers, and the trailers are planted right at their edge. Snow dances in the streetlights and rests on the cars that are crammed bumper to bumper. The street names are the only signs of spring. There are cracked and narrow sidewalks that lead to … Continue reading Place, Feature Writing
The gentle sun caresses Jefrey King as he nollie heel flips, lands it, and skates by friends for high fives. The smell of barbeque is wafting through the air and there are people, sitting on blankets and eating, scattered on the outskirts of the skate park. “That’s what I want every day to be like.” … Continue reading Profile, Feature Writing
I bought these two stones intending to only use one with either a space design(black) or flower design(pink). But then I started thinking about the concept of femininity in relation with the vagina and out popped this idea! I wanted to create something that was powerful yet fragile. Women need to be empowered with/by their … Continue reading Feminism Pendant
On October 28 Eastern Michigan University hosted a performance of the poet and activist Andrea Gibson. Andrea Gibson is an award-winning poet who travels around the world speaking truths and spreading awareness about topics such as gender, white privilege, sexuality and love. For this they’ve won awards: they were the first winner of the Women’s … Continue reading Event, News Reporting
Cut copper, copper jump rings, roller printed, and soaked in liver of sulfur.
Online editor and writer, Sandee Rodriguez answered the questions of the students in a Journalism 215 class at Eastern University. In 1995, Rodriguez experienced a traumatic car accident that left her in a coma, and when she awoke she had memory loss of anything prior to the accident and had to relearn how to do … Continue reading Conference, News Reporting