THE COLLEGE HILL INDEPENDENT

Vol. 33 Issue 3

Sep 30, 2016

Arts

Found in Translation

Jhumpa Lahiri in Italian

Arts, Sep 30 2016

by Saanya Jain

Try reading without reading. The first thing your eyes encounter is the appearance of the words, the absurdity of the shapes, …

Reclaiming Endangered Languages

When language death means culture death

Arts, Sep 30 2016

by Tatiana Dubin

Spanish missionaries were the first Westerners to begin documenting the indigenous languages of the ‘Viceroyalty of New Spain.’ Travelling to newly …


Ephemera

Dear Indy...

Ephemera, Sep 30 2016

by Will Tavlin

I want a baby. Should I get a dog? I don’t enjoy the company of children, and they don’t enjoy my …


Features

Strange Light

Features, Sep 30 2016

by Georgia Wright

“’I’ve had enough of your dark nights,” yelled Moomintroll. “I’m cold, I’m all alone and I want the sun to come …

On Territories

Features, Sep 30 2016

by Raphaela Posner

There’s always a moment in an art museum when I want to reach out and touch my companion. Often this urge …


Literary

The Horchata Man

Literary, Sep 30 2016

by Micaela Burgess

My papa lived to bring happiness with his horchata. Everyday he made barrels of it to serve to his family and …


Metro

Pit Fight

Making safer spaces in Providence punk and hardcore

Metro, Sep 30 2016

by Will Weatherly

The first Providence punk show I ever attended was a concert at AS220 last fall featuring Downtown Boys—a punk band whose …

Disjoint Destinations

The 6-10 connector's future

Metro, Sep 30 2016

by Jane Argodale

Scrapping earlier plans for a redesign, the Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) announced on September 7 that it would rebuild …


News

Week in Animal Control

News, Sep 30 2016

by Jack Brook, Kelton Ellis & Andrew Deck

DOGGED LOVE Who says you can’t teach an old dog new tricks? 11-year old Apollo, of Jacksonville, Florida, would beg to …

Against the Pipeline, the Standing Rock Struggle

An interview with Jennifer Weston

News, Sep 30 2016

by Camila Ruiz Segovia

The Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) is a 1,100-mile pipeline under construction by Energy Transfer Partners, slated to carry a half million …


Occult

Breath(e)

A conversation with Ronald Lewis of the Low Mountaintop Collective

Occult, Sep 30 2016

by Athena Washburn & Eli Neuman-Hammond

Ronald Kevin Lewis is a theater artist, dancer, poet-performer, and child of god whose group, The Low Mountaintop Collective, is performing …


Science & Technology

Changing Our Skies

Atmospheric geoengineering and the future

Science & Technology, Sep 30 2016

by Fatima Husain

Pollution sunsets, with their exquisite range of reds, may soon be intentionally created. As humans continue to influence the climate of …


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