THE COLLEGE HILL INDEPENDENT

Vol. 36 Issue 4

Mar 02, 2018

From the Editors

11 A.M., 2/26, 20 y.o.: I ate breakfast alone. I was inspired by the concurrent
deepening/thawing of winter and current planetary arrangement. It was a
celebration. This is our state:

OATS: In the kitchen I ate at last night there was an open bag of raw oats. I
LOVE oats they are buttery and silky and TRANQUIL. Like pansies. I have a
recurring dream in which I am vacuuming oats from a white shag carpet. As I
tell this dream to more and more people I become less and less soothed by it.
I am now restless.

MOZZARELLA CHEESE: It is a CRIME to eat mozzarella cheese in
ANYTHING other than NATURAL LIGHT.

HARD-BOILED EGGS: Exceptional hand warmers and social organizers,
especially in the winter. There is no stronger bond than between two people
who share a joint hard-boiled egg. Apples occasionally serve this purpose. As spring approaches, I am having increasing trouble reconciling the ethicopolitical consequences of eating eggs with the sensual allure and radical potential of a hard-boiled soirée. My rubber chicken GLIMBUS reminds me of this conundrum daily. My current stance is this: first the egg-union must take power, then we can ABOLISH THE EGG!

– CP

Arts

Watching the Olympics on TV

Thoughts on those very wonderful games

Arts, Mar 02 2018

by Isabelle Rea

Every couple of years, the normal schedule of televised sport is upset by a two week long global tournament of sports …


Ephemera

Oh! Vanishing point!

Ephemera, Mar 02 2018

by L, M & M


Features

Chismeando con Ruben

A Conversation with Queer Xicano Chisme

Features, Mar 02 2018

by Paula Pacheco Soto

In English, the word chisme translates to gossip. Chisme is a cultural practice in Latin American and diaspora communities, an implicit …


Metro

Our Collective Resistance

AMOR's rapid response to state violence

Metro, Mar 02 2018

by Mariela Pichardo

Lincoln, Rhode Island resident Lilian Calderon never returned home on January 17. While attending a routine check-in meeting with Immigration and …

Without Report

Tension following allegations in Rhode Island schools

Metro, Mar 02 2018

by Emma Gavlin

content warning: sexual and racial violence in schools. In July 2016 the Rhode Island General Assembly made a change to the …


News

Week in Unwanted Commodities

News, Mar 02 2018

by Harry August, Paige Parsons & Mara Dolan

Repent, Reuse, Recycle “For dust thou art, and unto dust shalt thou return.” This is the Genesis verse heard around the …

The Hand that Feeds You

Columbia graduate workers give a lesson in labor

News, Mar 02 2018

by Will Weatherly

content warning: sexual harassment On February 1, a group of graduate workers and faculty at Columbia University gathered in front of …


Occult

Navigating Happiness

Reaching past self-care

Occult, Mar 02 2018

by Gabriela Naigeborin

One of the threads linking so-called “global cities” together runs through their subway tracks. I always found it soothing to ride …


Science & Technology

Against the Wind

Climate discourse and its call to action

Science & Technology, Mar 02 2018

by Ted Catlin

“Providence has a troubled but productive history with the sea,” Barnaby Evans said to the attendees of the monthly Jewelry District …


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