POEMS OF OUR CLIMATE

A weekly poetry column edited and run by Sofia Baluyut in The Wesleyan Argus. 

Open year-round to Wesleyan Students. Submit directly to her at sbaluyut@wesleyan.edu.

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THE COLUMN: 2022-2023

SCHOOL YEAR

FALL 2022:

September 29, 2022: upon learning that 60% of wesleyan’s collections are Native American in origin By Sofia Baluyut

October 6, 2022: watch me dance By Jada Reid

October 13, 2022: thank you, in other words by Edmund Josef Jurado

Editor: Sofia Baluyut '23

 

THE COLUMN: 2021-2022 SCHOOL YEAR

Editor: Oliver Egger '23

FALL 2021:

September 16, 2021: Wesleyan Parents by Oliver Egger

September 23, 2021: 3:42 AM by John Bell 

October 7, 2021: allecto, queen of the furies by Casey Epstein-Gross

October 14, 2021: Where I Go When I Go to Walgreens by Emily Hollander 

October 28, 2021: Memories are the Scars by Take Care, Alice

November 4, 2021: Go Sarah! Go Rachel! by Jake Gale

November 11, 2021: REM Sleep by Jalen Richardson 

November 18, 2021: To Capture by Lila Blaustein 

December 2, 2021: The College Grad by Johnny Sails 

December 9, 2021: 200 Church by Briana Rodriguez 

SPRING 2022:

February 3, 2022: REFLECTIVE FLESH, 2002 by Jane Hollander

February 14, 2022: your face by Sabrina Tian 

February 17, 2022: Long Distance Relationship by Ronan Costello

February 28, 2022: Family by Michaela Poynor-Haas

April 4, 2022: The piano is all the body cannot do by Lilly Gitlitz

April 21, 2022: Sirocco by Annabel Asher

April 28, 2022: mid-march by Milly Hopkins

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