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Bridgerton proves that color-conscious casting alone is not good enough by Kulsum Gulamhusein

This article is a finalist in the 2021 DC Student Arts Journalism Competition. Click here to learn more about the competition. When I first...

C’mon C’mon is a heart-wrenching portrayal of the fleeting nature of childhood by Thais Carron

This article is a finalist in the 2021 DC Student Arts Journalism Competition. Click here to learn more about the competition. By Thais Carrion  Director...

She Kills Monsters by Ceoli Jacoby

This article was a finalist in the 2020 DC Student Arts Journalism Competition. Click here to learn more about the competition. In many ways,...

Local Artists Beautify by Hannah Shows

This article was a finalist in the 2020 DC Student Arts Journalism Competition. Click here to learn more about the competition. Two local artists decorated...

Stranger than (science) fiction by Nyah Hardmon

Even in imaginary lands, Black people are still not safe. This article was a finalist and winner of the 2020 DC Student Arts Journalism Competition....

Diane Arbus and her box of ten photographs by Gabriel Falk

This article is the winner of the 2018 DC Student Arts Journalism Challenge. In her brief 12-year career (from her first contracts in 1959 to...

Competition Finalist: Future Album Review by Noah Hawke

This article was selected as a finalist in the 2017 DC Student Arts Journalism Challenge, an annual competition designed to identify and support talented young...

Competition Finalist: The Flaming Lips Oczy Mlody by Peyton Temple

This article was selected as a finalist in the 2017 DC Student Arts Journalism Challenge, an annual competition designed to identify and support talented young...

Competition Finalist: Updraft America at the Katzen Museum

This article was selected as the winner of the 2017 DC Student Arts Journalism Challenge, an annual competition designed to identify and support talented young...

Blood Mirror exhibit prompts debate on blood ban by Adena Maier

This article was selected as the winner of the 2016 DC Student Arts Journalism Challenge, an annual competition designed to identify and support talented young...

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Two Poems by Rodney Johnson

Evictions When she tells you relationships end like evictions That your love is bad religion   That you lost your way That she had to murder her messiah to...

Three Poems by Jennifer McKeen Rodrigues

End of Summer As she steps off the bus, I notice dried tracks on her cheeks. The sun was out today, waving through a cool autumn breeze with nowhere...

Two Poems by Zama Madinana

hymn for the world senzeni na when the peaceful sun is cloaked & assaulted by the grey clouds of war women & children’s intestines are blasted in...
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