Sunday, September 24, 2023

Leslie Marsh

Leslie Marsh is a freshman at the University of Massachusetts Amherst studying psychology and special education. In high school, she was an active participant in both her temple youth group, NAWDTY, as well as her regional youth group, and she is always proud to express her identity—something she has been able to do through her involvement with Hillel on campus. Leslie loves singing, cooking, and crafting, and she hopes to someday become a special education teacher.

Refusing to Cry Alone

“I had never felt targeted, unsafe, or hated.”
Through the Eyes of a Genius by Leslie Marsh - Photo by Emanuelle Sippy

Through the Eyes of a Genius

"It wouldn’t take a genius to recognize the closeness of our bond, but it might just take a genius to see through the bliss and recognize that there was more to the story."
My Cape Cod by Leslie Marsh – Photo by Elena Eisenstadt

My Cape Cod

The palpable memories depicted in this piece will have you feeling and re-living the author's times at Cape Cod
Out of Body taken by Danielle Deculus for Push Pins by Annette Greenberg

Push Pins

a little handful taken by Sonja Lippmann for Go Curvy Girl Go by Maya Lubaroff by

Go, Curvy Girl, Go!

Journaling by Maddie Renert for The Trees Are Bleeding Honey by Orli Adamski

The Trees Are Bleeding Honey

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