I ran into this issue a lot when putting together the second issue of No Fidelity, this April: There is no good way to say anything about anything right now. Everything seems trite, nothing seems to do anything justice, all sense seems lost in this sort of primordial soup into which everything seems to have… Continue reading A Bucket Goodbye
I officially graduated from high school last Thursday, and after the fact found myself becoming nostalgic for the place I’m so eager to leave behind: the putrid yellow walls, the underclassmen who often seemed to lack basic motor skills, even the classes that bored me. Recently, I looked through my school-sanctioned yearly planners from the… Continue reading The Many Faces of Boredom
Take a swig while you still can!
by Ewan Miller
Photos to remember museums by . Parlor, Night Divinity Bobby v. The Man Lobby Shot After Dark
(click on the images if you want to see them in somewhat decent quality!)
Growing up, I have always associated summertime with happiness- summer breaks, hanging out with friends, family vacations, and my favorite orange-flavored fizzy drink back home… But this summer is quite different, and it seems like it has been filled with uncertainty, disappointment, and apprehension. We are nowhere near that sense of normalcy, but I want… Continue reading A Summer's Tale – Photography Series