THE COLLEGE HILL INDEPENDENT

- Vol. 36 Issue 6

Mar 15, 2018

Arts

On Layli Long Soldier's Whereas

Arts, Mar 15 2018

by Tatiana Dubin

On November 28th, 1795—a chilly day in Bristol, just weeks after the French Revolution began grinding its wheels—English poet Samuel Coleridge …

"Hold Fort for Love Forever"

Björk’s Utopia, and ours

Arts, Mar 15 2018

by Mica Chau

It’s November 2017, and I’m shuffling through wintry New England weather, the chill biting through my half-zipped parka. I am aware …


Ephemera


Features

Summer After Moonlight

On why we are glad Call Me By Your Name didn’t win Best Picture

Features, Mar 15 2018

by Ruby Aiyo Gerber, Paula Pacheco Soto & Emma Lloyd

Queer films represent a break from mainstream cinema, which is usually intent on depicting heterosexual romance. In the past few years, …


Literary

Eat 'em

Literary, Mar 15 2018

by Tabitha Payne

I’ve figured it out The trick is eat everyone Eat ‘em all Put ‘em in your belly They can’t be mean …


Metro

We & the Sea

Locals respond to an ocean coup

Metro, Mar 15 2018

by Kion You

Tim DeCristopher, a founder of the Climate Disobedience Center, stepped on a stool in the middle of the conference room. The …

Banking on Change

Ending pipeline financing through public pressure

Metro, Mar 15 2018

by Sara Van Horn

Last Thursday, the FANG Collective and the Shame on Citizens campaign celebrated a victory after learning that Citizens Bank had ended …


News

Walking Out

The West Virginia teachers strike and the future of American labor

News, Mar 15 2018

by Jane Argodale

On February 22, 35,000 teachers in all 55 West Virginia counties walked out on their jobs, shutting down public schools statewide …

Week in Growing Industries

News, Mar 15 2018

by Soraya Ferdman & Marly Toledano

Reasons to Lyft After a long Saturday night and a few too many tequila shots, sometimes the only thing the uninhibited …


Occult

Love is an Empty Theme Park

Notes on this season of The Bachelor

Occult, Mar 15 2018

by Mitchell Johnson

For the past few months, my friends and I watched The Bachelor almost every week. We said we were doing this …


Science & Technology

Sick Days

Individualized healthcare and corporatized well-being

Science & Technology, Mar 15 2018

by Olivia Kan-Sperling

Of the many protest signs from last week written in that perfect classroom-style, magic-marker-on-cardstock lettering, more than one read: “I’d take …


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