Articles by Marta Symkowick

ACL Issue 5: Navigating the Landscape of Mental Wellness

January 16, 2018 | in A Closer Look

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Food Deserts Cripple Communities

Food Deserts Cripple Communities

December 11, 2017 | in News

Cars bustle through the neighborhood without stopping. Gas stations and liquor stores fill street after street. The windows crammed with salty goods, canned goods, fatty goods: crunchy chips, sugary soda, captivating candy, and indescribable... Read More

How we decide who deserves our help

How we decide who deserves our help

November 13, 2017 | in Opinions

Every breath full of particles, every blink caused by stinging eyes, and the sharp taste of ash every time mouths opened was a constant reminder to all of the massive fires occurring in Northern... Read More

Beckner molds creativity, humor into teaching

Beckner molds creativity, humor into teaching

October 17, 2017 | in Arts

“I remember working with mud. Just sitting in the side yard playing with mud,” new ceramics teacher Katherine Beckner said, with a small smile on her face and a bright yellow apron covering her... Read More