It’s curious how being so elevated can make you feel so small.
Every fall the academic pilgrimage to Boston brings the city a new crowd of ambitious youth, their minds calling for something greater than their hometown suburbia could offer them. Why is this?
Two high school students sit, taking turns watching snapchat stories. Engrossed in their virtual realities, unaware of the museum they are centered in.
While some things in life come full circle, perspective does not. If the saying, “there’s more than meets the eye” is over said, it’s over said for a reason.
Photography by Mia Schaumburg
Models: Serena Koo and Jacqueline Donahue
Photo Story by Allison Nguyen
Model: Ryanna Dunn
Polaroid photography allows us to capture a present moment and instantaneously have a physical representation of the passed now. Although film is quickly aging, something about a polaroid photo never ceases to enthrall us.
Gifs by Darren Samuels
There’s something to be said for growing up, the way we fracture ourselves and mangle our lives into tiny pieces and spread them between home and Boston.