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An independent student publication in the Charlottesville and U.Va. community

July 13, 2018

Life suddenly flowed all around her. Girls, girl-colors: pink, blue, white, black. Hair flicking and flashing, laughs and gasps and the glowing blue screen of phones in hands, but in the motion there was stillness.

July 11, 2018

But here in Alabama, in the South, in these red states lined with blue mountains, I am the undercurrent, and I know I am not alone. Where you think there are “small town values,” there is queerness, subversiveness, revelation.

July 11, 2018

We brighten in our twinkling; do you hear / that? The collective question, the sky shuffles its coat, / a pumping set of butterfly wings enters, stopped in one life but stronger than anything / in ours.

July 11, 2018

Diane D’Costa uses her work to explore concepts of masculinity. Juxtaposing muscular men with intimate poses intends to have viewers question their understanding of masculine vulnerability and dismantle assumptions of how men are to be portrayed in art.

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