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Launched This Week: February 20th-24th

A roundup of stories from our week together at Catapult.

Feb 24, 2017
The Before and After Of Popular Downsized Technology

The bigger an object the better it must be. This was for the longest time the idea most people held on to. However, time has made it clear that you can downsize anything with astounding results. From devices and gadgets to cars and even information, our world has made a rapid shift from being enamored with the big to being obsessed with tinier versions of the very same things.

Feb 24, 2017
A Conversation with Damon Young

“I’d write ten pieces a week because I liked having lights in my apartment.”

Drama Days

"Because of this incident, girls do not want to act in scenes with you. They stand next to other boys in class just so they won't have to act with you. This is what you think."

Feb 22, 2017
A Search for Truth and Reconciliation

The true adventures a White man living in a Black community

Feb 18, 2017
Launched This Week: February 13th-17th

A roundup of stories from our week together at Catapult.

Feb 17, 2017
How Have Selfies Changed Our World

A decade ago it was not a normal occurrence to see people leaning over railings, making duck faces, and striking poses at all times in the name of a picture

Feb 16, 2017
Welcome to Albania

(Land of the Eagles and the single selfie)

Feb 14, 2017
A Conversation with Tallulah Pomeroy

“I am happiest when the line is coming straight from inside, or straight from my eyes, and there’s no brain in the way.”

Feb 14, 2017
We must kill our parents in order to survive: Closet Monster, trauma and imagination

There is no such a thing as emancipation, face it. It’s the New Year and we must give up on fairytales. Or maybe not.

Feb 04, 2017
Honest, High, Heartbreaking: SKAM and the new narratives of youth

How do teenagers deal with identity and belonging, how do they express them, how do they articulate them into reality?

Feb 04, 2017
Pier Vittorio Tondelli 25 years later.

The bittersweet struggle of living and the dignity of pain.

Feb 04, 2017
The Mulatto's Tragedy

Kathleen Collins' use of the tragic mulatto trope subverts its racist origins and exposes the true tragedy of being other in America.