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Endurance of the Winter

by Elin Kramer, UWCM 15th of December, 2022 When The Darkness of the Winter Turns Our Windows Into Mirrors.    With the approach of winter the world seems to get…

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Unfinished Conversations are odd Characters

by Timotei Chas, UWCM 16th of December, 2022 They take place on a bench late at night On a phone call that abruptly ends  They are pages of a book…

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We Are Racists, Let’s Talk So That We Can Change

by Anonymous, UWCM Alumni 16th of December, 2022 *All names in this text represent current or former UWCM students but their names have been changed to preserve anonymity.    I…

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To liberate a toy

by Isabel Pieterson, UWCM 16th of December, 2022 our birth - no more than a mere quotidian event how we’re born: forced to wear a contrived smile on our faces,…

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Misophonia

by Elin Kramer, UWCM 16th of December, 2022 May I please leave the classroom?  My neighbour is typing and the sound makes me want to peel my skin off. “People…

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When it Comes To an End 

by Annamaria Porta, UWCM 16th of Deember, 2022 Illustration by Sufi Abdellah Will you remember it, will you forget it, when it all comes to end?    As seasonal depression…

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Flying Dutchman X Wellness Team

by Leonore Vaes, UWCM 9th of October, 2022 Illustration by Maripaz Sandaoval  The days are slowly getting shorter and the ghost-grey skies are officially marking the beginning of autumn. We…

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Are you tired of me talking about Palestine… but when did you ever run for Palestine?

by Mostafa Kharbouch, UWCM 19th of October, 2022 Illustration by Narmeen Hamadeh (@narmeenh.illustrations) As I was walking the hallways to the tunnel we did for students who arrived late, I…

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Student submissions

Why Aren't We Talking by Ada Aydin, UWCM 19th of October, 2022 Why aren’t we talking about that We left our homes, our cages Flew away, so far away Why…

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Autumn

by Marina Garlick, UWCM 19th of October, 2022 Illustration by an AI Summer days have set, once again.  Falling, faster,  resting on the ground.  One last ray, then it's gone.…

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