A Feminist Utopia

By Eloise Anagnost, TIWP Student “Remember to imagine and craft the worlds you cannot live without, just as you dismantle the ones you cannot live within.” — Ruha Benjamin Thomas More wrote Utopia in 1516,an ode to an imagined worldwithout poverty,religious intolerance,and corrupt governments.And thus the word“utopia”was born.But this idealistic,seemingly perfect,worldbelongs to him.The utopian fantasies,utopianContinue reading “A Feminist Utopia”

To Change the World

TIWP Student We live in a time of great injustice,of death, of disease, of discrimination, of hate, of climate change, of inaction,problems persisting for centuries.It is our time to step up.We riseon the battlefield of doom.There is a lightwe see in our hearts.HopeBut some have none. If my news is wrong and your news isContinue reading “To Change the World”

The Land of Wanderlust

By Caroline Crossland, TIWP Student  The little holes of deep chocolate sprinkle and indent the strawberry laffy taffy pink air.Those holes each carry a whirlpool of endless thoughts and ideasthat swivel with their own colors and fairytales,all connecting to the base of the universe.I am in The Land of Wanderlust everyday.  The light purple grapeContinue reading “The Land of Wanderlust”