Sara Luzuriaga
Staff Reporter
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Recent Harvard-Yale Protest as a Series of Tweets

– Butterfingered Yale-Harvard football game interrupted by peaceful student protest. Armed police swiftly respond, outnumbering protesters quickly. – Yale climate protester “really glad she had […]

I Told You I Was Trouble

My parents saw the documentary Amy by Asif Kapadia when it came out in 2015. I babysat my little sister while they nipped out to […]

Edgware Road

A woman named Magdalen sells me a first-edition Kerouac. It’s Saturday at Portobello Market, and at her stall Magdalen has thick collections of Rimbaud and […]


It’s Wednesday, late morning. In Regent’s Park the crocuses peek through the grass in wild, purple clusters. London hangs between seasons. Groups of children crowd […]

Across the Creek

I don’t remember the first time I sneaked over the fence. I spent long hours in the tick-filled greenery along the creek, watching the meek […]

Suzanne Holds the Mirror

I first heard the song “Suzanne” by Leonard Cohen at a poetry reading in a medieval church in southern France. A poetry teacher at the […]

What Lies Beneath

I didn’t know what to expect as I walked across the New Haven Green last Saturday. The Center Church on the Green, home to the […]

Daniel Zhao