Author Archives: Katie Mueller

Faithful Retellings: Cynfor Lu

Faithful Retellings: Cynfor Lu

Junior Economics and English Major Cynfor Lu. Photo by Anton Zemba. While we’ve always been told not to bring up money, politics or religion at the dinner table, sometimes it’s these subjects that can lead to the most insightful discussions. Our perspectives on spirituality and religion are as different as the backgrounds and stories that

Faithful Retellings: Shreejah Vachhani

Sophomore Shreejah Vachhani. Photo by Anton Zemba While we’ve always been told never to bring up money, politics or religion at the dinner table, sometimes it’s these subjects that can lead to the most insightful discussions. Our perspectives on spirituality and religion are as different as the backgrounds and stories that we carry with us.

Faithful Retellings: John Newhall

Senior John Newhall. Photo by Katie Mueller. While we’ve always been told never to bring up money, politics, or religion at the dinner table, sometimes it’s these subjects that can lead to the most insightful discussions. Our perspectives on spirituality and religion are as different as the backgrounds and stories we carry with us. This

Faithful Retellings: Miriam Forrester

While we’ve always been told never to bring up money, politics, or religion at the dinner table, sometimes it’s these subjects that can lead to the most insightful discussions. Our perspectives on spirituality and religion are as different as the backgrounds and stories that we carry with us are. This column will showcase students and

Faithful Retellings: Gabriel Baker

Champions of Change Founder Gabriel Baker. Photo by Anton Zemba. While we’ve always been told never to bring up money, politics, or religion at the dinner table, sometimes it’s these subjects that can lead to the most insightful discussions. Our perspectives on spirituality and religion are as different as the backgrounds and stories we carry

Up-Clothes and Personal: Kiet Nguyen

Junior Kiet Nguyen. Photo by Anton Zemba. I have wildly cared about clothing my whole life. From spending hours of my childhood afternoons putting together outfits to ceaselessly chopping up skirts and dresses to make my own creations, I spent a lot of my childhood thinking about clothing. My identity has largely, and unknowingly, been

Up-Clothes and Personal: Milou de Meij

Fifth-year Milou de Meij. Photo by Katie Mueller. I have wildly cared about clothing my whole life. From spending hours of my childhood afternoons putting together outfits to ceaselessly chopping up skirts and dresses to make my own creations, I spent a lot of my childhood thinking about clothing. My identity has largely and unknowingly

Up-Clothes and Personal: Emily Richter

Junior Emily Richter. Photo by Katie Mueller. I have wildly cared about clothing my whole life. From spending hours of my childhood afternoons putting together outfits to ceaselessly chopping up skirts and dresses to make my own creations, I spent a lot of my childhood thinking about clothing. My identity has largely and unknowingly been

Up-Clothes and Personal: Bridget Bartal

Bridget Bartal with some of her posters. Photo by Katie Mueller. I have wildly cared about clothing my whole life. From spending hours of my childhood afternoons putting together outfits, to ceaselessly chopping up skirts and dresses to make my own creations, I spent a lot of my childhood thinking about clothing. My identity has

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