Book Review: Fish Carcass by Vi Khi Nao

Vi Khi Nao’s Fish Carcass is a dynamic investigation of queerness, the body, and identity as told through bold and experimental poetic matter. I hesitate to use the word “poetry” to describe her 2022 collection, as the breadth of her work is so much more multidimensional than that. The collection is divided into three sections: “Victuals,” “Spasms,” and “Corporality.” The poems seem to remain within the theme established by their respective section, but even this organizational strategy becomes

Youth Takeover: Thrift Shopping Has Become More Popular — and Controversial

The garment industry is a major global polluter and a significant source of greenhouse gas emissions. With the rise of social apps like TikTok, fashion trends come and go in a flash, and the fast-fashion industry is expanding to keep up. In an effort to be more environmentally conscious, many young people have started thrifting, which has quickly become a trend of its own. Apps like Depop allow users to resell clothing, and proponents claim they help keep products out of landfills. But critics o