Month: April 2021

Identity Storm

Dawson Holder, Sophomore, Interdisciplinary Inquiry: Entertainment Law and Entrepreneurship, Flower Mound, Texas My bed is not the same. My body feels disgusting as I lie here in this rain. My mother thought I should be ashamed about my own identity. She can’t see that her hatred drowns out the essence of me and replaces it with someone who I am… Read more →

Apple Orchard

Alexandra Josephine Ameel, Senior, Electrical Engineering, Austin, TX They called me a lamb like Jesus, like a sacrifice white and innocent and pure unaware of so much in the world. No one bothered to include me, to explain what I didn’t understand, smeared mascara and French kissing and fake IDs from different states, but to be fair, I didn’t want… Read more →