Illustration by Cecley Hill Mooring BY ARON CHILEWICH September 21, 2020 Cities have never been more irrelevant to my life. I am residing in a rural part of the Hudson Valley, and although I worked this summer for a big public agency in New York City, the daily hours at my computer were utterly
Illustration by Cecley Hill You Will Be Afraid, But Determined: To My Unassuming, Pre-Pandemic, Pre-Protest Self BY MARY GESCHWINDT September 21, 2020 2018: Do you remember moving to New York? You arrived focused on a new life, on cramming into the Upper East Side, a short commute to Midtown to design and build dreams.
Illustration by Cecley Hill Mint Tea BY ELIFMINA MIZRAHI September 21, 2020 I am going over my notes, occasionally glancing out the window in front of my recently assembled white desk, as I wait for my office hours appointment to begin. In the distance, behind a few layers of city trees, electrical wires, and
Photo by David Bemporad No Mask No Tacos BY DAVID BEMPORAD September 21, 2020 Ruthie’s Mexican Restaurant in San Antonio, Texas is a northside institution. In a city marred by growing economic segregation, but bonded by a shared passion for the San Antonio Spurs, Fiesta, and neighborly love, community establishments like Ruthie's play a vital
Illustration by Cecley Hill Letter from the Editors BY ASHER KAPLAN & JIAE AZAD September 21, 2020 Dear readers, Students of urban planning know there is always something more to consider, and this summer we’ve been busy. As we navigate new systems in school and at work, we are also keeping a close eye on