SLC.edu / Magazine / Finding Your Voice / About this Issue

About this Issue: Finding Your Voice

We live in a noisy world.

There are more venues for communication than ever before, and a thousand voices clamor around us, provoking, explaining, accusing, promoting, and generally demanding our attention.

Amid the cacophony of everyday life, it can be hard to find your own true voice. But figuring out who you are and what you have to say to the world is one of the great projects of college—and of life.

Once you’ve found your voice, things get simpler. Not only can you express yourself with relative ease, but other people tend to listen to what you have to say.

It’s ironic that something inside you should be so hard to find. But Sarah Lawrence is here to help. Turn the page to read about some people who have definitely found their voices—sometimes in unexpected places—and get some practical advice on how to find your own.

About Sarah Lawrence Magazine

Editor
Suzanne Walters Gray MFA ’04
sgray@sarahlawrence.edu

Graduate Writer
Sophia Kelley MFA ’10

Design (print version)
Taylor Design

Class Notes Editor
Madeline Goldfischer ’89

Director of Alumnae/i Relations­
Cheryl Cipro

Acting Director of Communications
Thomas Blum