"On balconies, in silence, my mind swaying with the music, / I’m thinking where does the ocean end and the sky begin? I’m thinking / when does the morning bus leave? I’m thinking how much for one more drink?"
"Am I annotating or carving my name into another's surface? Do I make pictures that testify or do I take photos that extract and appropriate?"
A showcase of students' artistic and scholarly responses to the Albert Gallatin Scholars' trip to South Africa, the America Scholars' trip to Cuba, and the Dean's Honor Society's trip to the Galápagos islands.
“Most people in the U.S. are uninformed, confused, or misinformed about Cuba.” Reflections on cultural exchange.
“In a country where iPhones don’t dominate the streetscape (yet?), eyes aren’t drawn to screens but are focused on what’s going on offline." Photographs.
"These buildings weren’t museums or governmental buildings; they were ordinary houses—places ordinary people walk in and out of every day."
"Stumbling in the sweltering dark / the flash from my phone illuminates / a shadow slipping through my shadow"