Charlotte Price

COVID-19 and The Complicated Thing That is One’s Hometown

COVID-19 and The Complicated Thing That is One’s Hometown

A hometown is not merely a place one comes from, but an emotional animal one has a multifaceted relationship with. That relationship forms the basis for whether one orbits it with a forgiving sentimentality or dreams of a day when one can clamor from even the suggestion of its existence.

Ritual as Resilience in Times of Plague

Ritual as Resilience in Times of Plague

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My only life vest in this vast sea of uncertainty has been Jewish ritual. Not only does it grant me a small degree of control, but it provides me tools for confronting, and continuing to live, amidst the chaos.
Coping with Crisis

Coping with Crisis

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I’ve come home to a particularly strange environment, one not radically different from the one I come home to every break, but with enough tweaks that it exists in a liminal space that is even more alien than something entirely new.
A Zoom Call With Auto-Lola

A Zoom Call With Auto-Lola

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Even though, like many, Auto’s plans have been completely rearranged during the current pandemic, he has been able to embrace those changes because that's what he has been doing his whole musical career.
Zoom Blind Date: Lila and Sam

Zoom Blind Date: Lila and Sam

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Love in the time of Corona is not easy.
"Murder Most Foul": A Lineage of Salvation

“Murder Most Foul”: A Lineage of Salvation

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The 17-minute powerhouse functions, more than anything else, as a bleak yet ultimately hopeful portrait of history -- of an era in which hope was the only way out.
The Administration Asked How They Could “Support” Students. Then They Ignored the Answer.

The Administration Asked How They Could “Support” Students. Then They Ignored the Answer.

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For students coping with questions of survival through fiscal, mental, and physical strain in the time of COVID-19, President Carmen Twillie Ambar’s March 25th email, ostensibly aiming to offer students

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