Artist Profile: Geena Chen
Artist Profile: Geena Chen

Geena Chen ('16) is a photographer and poet interested in self-portrayal and how, as we change our relationship with ourselves, those changes become outwardly visible. These pieces, combining digital and…

Artist Profile: Geena Chen
The Properties of Oxygen
The Properties of Oxygen

I first learned of its need through its absence...

The Properties of Oxygen
Paintings by Evelyn Anderson
Paintings by Evelyn Anderson

Featured in the Fall 2013 issue

Paintings by Evelyn Anderson
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[14 Oct 2014 | One Comment | 127 views]
September 4th, 2013

I stand before the gates of San Quentin State Prison already uncomfortable in clothes that are not my own.

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Victorious Quarterers Vanquish Villainous Clawed Thieves

Two intrepid members of the Leland Quarterly staff have succeeded in rescuing a small bag full of stolen, unmarked, non-sequential bills from the archfiends of The Claw Magazine, early reports say. The money, consisting largely of what appears to be Lebanese currency and pence coins, was presumably to be used as bait in the magazine’s scheme to take over Stanford’s literary world.

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[9 Nov 2014 | One Comment | 120 views]
Hidden in Plain Sight: A Stanford Sonnet

In this installment, Jen Ehrlich discusses Stanford in the form of a poem