paperclips magazine issue 49

June 2018 Issue: Where Freedom Begins

Holidays are most important to students. Not that everyone actually celebrated the essence of the holiday, but it was a day off from school. It meant more time with family and friends and less stress from class activities.

May 2018 Issue: Not All Heroes Wear Capes

Instinctive Philosophers In college, we came across a quote by Harriet Beecher Stowe that says “Most mothers are instinctive philosophers.” It’s fairly accurate and at the same time beautiful. Years later, I encountered that...

April 2018 Issue: The End

Endings Are Beautiful I’m not much of an early riser. Even despite the number of studies that morning people become more successful in life, I can’t just do it. I rarely see and appreciate...

Paperclips Magazine Issue 46 Reformation

March 2018 Issue: Reformation

  Reformation: Other Faces History has always been an open book that is filled with the advancement of human society. But whenever we have a moment to take a look at the past, it...

Mind Over Matter

February 2018 Issue: Mind Over Matter

  Never Give Up! In a lot of parts in Asia, Buddhist monks are known for being able to tolerate extreme levels of pain. From being able to withstand repeated kicks in the crotch,...

Breaking Through

January 2018 Issue: Breaking Through

  A Change for the Better “No matter how far you have gone on a wrong road, turn around.” We don’t really know who said that, but whoever that person is, we want him...

Lo and Behold!

December 2017 Issue: Lo and Behold!

  Christmas means a little bit more Lo and behold, it’s Christmas! Seriously, what happened to Thanksgiving? It went fast, didn’t it? Time has flown by. Now, we are faced with Christmas rush and...