Who Are You?
“Voice is a part of writing that can’t be taught…instinctive, our most natural expression,” writes Penny Wolfson ’76, MFA ’00, in an original essay. So how do you find it, craft it—and keep it?
Ten current SLC undergraduates finish this sentence.
Drawing Battle Lines
For Catherine McKinley ’89, the mixed-race adopted daughter of white parents, questions of race and family began to take hold of her during adolescence.
You are what you create—or are you? Five faculty and alumnae/i reflect on their sexual identity—all are queer—and their work.
- One Mead Way
- Inside Westlands Gate—A round-up of what’s new
- Faculty Spotlight—What they’re up to
- SLC Phenomenon—Alumnae/i recount the previously unrecounted
- Gallery—Focusing on art by Sarah Lawrence community members
- From the Archives—A glimpse into SLC history
- SLC Alumnae/i—News of special interest to alumnae/i
- Alumnae/i Profiles
- Critical Writing