THE COLLEGE HILL INDEPENDENT

Vol. 34 Issue 6

Mar 17, 2017

From the Editors

March is never really a warm month in Rhode Island, but it’s definitely the wrong month for a snow day. We didn’t even get to play in the snow—by the time we had turned our pajamas right side in, the snow had turned to freezing rain, and a river of slush was running down our block.

But as they asy, all good things must come to an end. The snow turns to sleet, Nice Slice is closing, so is Paper Nautilus, and as for us? We’re staying snuggled under our covers until spring.

See you then.

– JA & DP

Arts

Sunken Places

The embodied horror of Get Out

Arts, Mar 17 2017

by Marianne Verrone

content warning: anti-Blackness, misogynoir “I am a man of substance, of flesh and bone, fiber and liquids—and I might even be …


Ephemera


Features

Word of Mouth

Features, Mar 17 2017

by Emily Sun

Pauline was always calling her boss in the middle of biology class. “Okay, okay,” she would say, and I imagined her …


Interviews

Root Therapy

A conversation with Dr. Mindy Fullilove on restoring emotional ecosystems

Interviews, Mar 17 2017

by Lance Gloss

Mindy Fullilove is a psychiatrist, researcher, and Professor of Urban Policy of Health currently teaching at the New School. Dr. Fullilove …


Literary

Term

Literary, Mar 17 2017

by Stefania Gomez

I. October After the eviction, we returned to the old house once more to collect the dishes we had left in …


Metabolics

The View From Hasbro Six

Hand sanitizer and clean consciences

Metabolics, Mar 17 2017

by Nico Sedivy

A click, a nasal robotic whir, and two more clicks—all crammed into one second. I’d recognize it anywhere, yet I’m not …


Metro

The Limits of Probation

Alternatives to jail time in an age of mass incarceration

Metro, Mar 17 2017

by Eve Zelickson

Rhode Island has 23,000 people on probation. That is 2,793 people per 100,000 residents, the second highest probation rate in the …


News

Week in Clothing Betrayal

News, Mar 17 2017

by Lance Gloss, Sam Samore & Brad Breymoore

NO GUARDIAN ANGELS The trials of master illusionist Criss Angel have been manifold. He once spent 24 hours inside a phone …

Negligence is not Neutral

The ongoing plight of child refugees in Calais

News, Mar 17 2017

by Piper French

Fifteen year-old Khalid* has been trying to get to the United Kingdom for almost a year now. He left his family …


Science & Technology

Solar Panel Study Guide

Science & Technology, Mar 17 2017

by Anna Bonesteel

To preface: I study painting. It’s necessary to give this small byte of background information, as I’m using an editorial voice …


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