By Abigail Kendal (’22) Over the past year, we have become hypervigilant about our physical health, and for a good reason. As we have separated from loved ones, abandoned activities, and distanced ourselves from friends, one phrase has become eerily common. We are all in this together. From subway stops to school emails and store cancellations, this mantra has defined the past year. It’s a … Continue reading It’s Not Enough
By Giulia Pincetti (’24) Breathe. A feeling so ignored yet so needed at times when you feel like your drowning and gasping for air all around you that seems to have slipped out of your grasp. My hands start to shake as I feel the label, failure being pressed against my head. I’m drowning. I tell myself that I can get out of the water, … Continue reading Breathe.