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Volume 21 (2016)

Full Issue

Multilingual Prose

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At the Darkest Moment, To You
Seung Ah Rebecca Han

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Qui Suis-Je? / Who Am I?
Professor Rhonda Tarr's Spring 2016 French 126 Class

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Las Llaves / The Keys
Jonatán Martín Gómez

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Mayu Mayurispa
Olivia Baxter

Multilingual Poetry

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Ave, Colonia Veraniega, Sol / Bird, Camp, Sun
Professor Carole Cloutier ’s Spring 2016 Spanish 240 Class

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10.21
Kayla O'Meara

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mOthertongue
Diba Bijari, Jeannine Cullen, Rachel Sewon Bae, Jill O’Loughlin (mOthertongue 2016: Undergraduate Editorial Board)

Photography

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Hidden Beauty
Nikki Grossfeld

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At A Glance
Michael Agnello

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Scope
Michael Agnello

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Seasonal Mosaic
Nikki Grossfeld

Spring 2016 Editors

Editor-in-Chief
Rachel Sewon Bae
Undergraduate Editors
Diba Bijari
Jeannine Cullen
Jill O'Loughlin
Graduate Editors
Daniel Armenti
Joseph Keady
Siobhan Mei
Faculty Advisor
Marisol Barbon

mOthertongue 2016:

a multilingual journal of the arts

For nearly two decades, mOthertongue has given students the opportunity to showcase their artistic endeavors and embrace their multilingual identities. In this volume, we once again celebrate the individuality of fellow artists through their poetry, photography, and art. mOthertongue is essentially a platform for anybody from anywhere to share their vision and create an artistic dialogue with the world. There are no rules, no preconceptions, and no boundaries. Through this journal, anybody is capable of becoming an artist. And with the emphasis on multilingualism and the freedom of self-expression, the individual undergoes a process of learning and embracing his or her roots, creating an artistic outlet for that vision, and engaging in an academic process of translation. Truly, the journal allows for unheard voices to be heard, unseen art to be seen. In fact, the collection of so many multicultural voices in one place is as artistically inclusive as it is novel.