• No longer Celia

      Stein, Mariel (2019-05)
      After following her cousin, Rosalind, into banishment, Celia finds herself more lost than ever before. Without the comforts of the palace, her father, and even her name (which is now Aliena), she must identify the new and mysterious feeling that binds her to the Forest of Arden: a profound love for Rosalind. In this one-act reimagining of William Shakespeare’s pastoral comedy, As You Like It, Celia, seeks to earn her place as the protagonist of the story and the object of Rosalind’s affection.
    • Slay: owning your queer identity

      Paredes, Andrea (2019-05)
      SLAY is a magazine targeted to specifically queer audiences with an emphasis on normalizing queer identities and the love that comes with it. Print media is saturated with heteronormative notions and this magazine combats that by keeping the layout of a traditional magazine but creating stories on queer love, gay history, and other marginalized communities.