Arts & Literary Issue
We are excited to bring you the award-winning essays, fine art, poems, and photographs from our second annual arts and literary contest.
As happened last year as well, our judges had an especially tough time in the categories of poetry and photography, with a great number of worthy entries in each.
The winning photograph, “Leaving Hobo Station,” is by Elizabeth...
by Nina Boutsikaris ’09
Before I fall asleep I keep my eye on that spider, his body as big as a dime, legs spread out and gripping the wall of the wooden hut. I’m hot and itchy, and my eyes are swollen from allergies, but I pull the hood of my sweatshirt over my head and push my face against Luke’s shoulder. Someone hits a switch and the single light bulb on...
The submission period is now closed. Our thanks to all the entrants in this year's contest. The judges have a hard job ahead of them!
Look for the winners -- in the categories of photography, fine art, essay, poetry, and short-short fiction -- in the 2009/3 issue of ICView, due out in the fall!
A passion for the circus leads to a new student organization—and an unusual career plan. by Amy Cohen '08
As a kid, I loved nothing more than climbing trees. Over the years my parents made many attempts to focus my primate activity into something a bit more organized—dance, gymnastics, rock climbing. ...
We have become more intimate with you
Than lovers, had more mastery of your limbs
Than childhood taught you. Once you looked inside
Your spirit, offered your heart to someone dear.
Now you have let us strangers heft that heart