THE COLLEGE HILL INDEPENDENT

Articles by Kion You

8 articles found.


Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Seeing Korean and American in neither Korea nor America

Features, Oct 04 2019

by Kion You

“Each member of this shadowy network resented the others, who were irritating reminders that nothing was more American, whatever that means, …

Week in Civic Engagement

News, Oct 04 2019

by Kion You & Noah Mlyn

I ONLY SEE ONE RACE: THE HUMAN RACE To understand Woonsocket’s City Council meeting on Monday, September 16, we can begin …

Strike While the Iron is Hot

The Oklahoma Education Association and the fight for a livable wage

News, Apr 06 2018

by Kion You

On Monday, April 2, an estimated 30,000 Oklahoma public school teachers converged on the Oklahoma Capitol, coinciding with a walkout that …

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 …

Losing Ocean in the Ocean State

A fishing industry in crisis

Metro, Nov 17 2017

by Kion You

After the rush of summer tourism at Point Judith, a small village home to Rhode Island’s largest fishing fleet, only those …

Shakespeare (In the City)

How theater is bringing Providence schools together

Metro, Apr 21 2017

by Kion You

In 2008, Martha Douglas-Osmundson and her 14-year-old daughter traveled to London, excited to immerse themselves in London’s theater scene. They watched …

Wading the In-Between

Constructing Asian Identity in Comme Des Garçons and Get Out

Features, Mar 24 2017

by Kion You

During this year’s Paris Fashion Week, Rei Kawakubo, the 74 year-old Japanese founder of the high fashion clothing brand Comme Des …

The Bearable Lightness of Being

The interworking of sunlight and interior space

Arts, Feb 10 2017

by Kion You

I constantly feel a tug away from my home in San Diego toward the translucent confines of my local Carmel Mountain …