The Soulmates Playlist

Our third issue, Soulmates, is centered around love. In the spirit of soulmates and Valentine’s Day, Kindergarten contributors made a Spotify playlist of their most listened to love songs, most of which we’ve cried to. Whether you love or hate love songs, we’ve got you covered with recommendations. Listen to the playlist here Abbey Steinman…… Continue reading The Soulmates Playlist

Unrequited Loneliness

Photo by Kleigh Balugo By Ian Watson As synonymous as love is with Valentine’s Day, loneliness is equally related; it is the dark underbelly that comes with such a sensationalized holiday. For every person in a happy relationship, there is a person feeling the pain of unrequited love; for every flower bought, there is someone…… Continue reading Unrequited Loneliness

Printable Valentines For You

By Tracy Fuentes, Kleigh Balugo, Ash Fuentes, Cait Thomson, Alyanna Moralda, Lyra ♡ Happy Valentines Day! ♡ Kindergarten contributors made their very own valentines for you to print out and give to your lovers, soulmates, friends, family, neighbors, pets, and mailmen. By Tracy Fuentes By Tracy Fuentes By Kleigh Balugo By Ash Fuentes By Ash…… Continue reading Printable Valentines For You

An Interview With My Soulmate

Photo by Charlotte Turner By Charlotte Turner For the Soulmates issue of Kindergarten, I interviewed my twin sister and best friend Gemma about our relationship, and if we’re each other’s soulmates. I wanted to interview her because being twins is a big reason why we’re so close, and because this gives a unique perspective on…… Continue reading An Interview With My Soulmate

The Disturbance

Photo by Kleigh Balugo By Citra Benazir I think I need therapy.It’s 4:18, Thursday morning. People are asleep.I am awake.Trying to distract myself with work when all I can think about is you. Oh, how I loathe you now. Yes, I love you.I still do.I hate you.I hate you.I hate you.I do.As much as I…… Continue reading The Disturbance

A Moment

Photo by Cait Thomson By Cait Thomson what if a soulmate wasn’t a person,but a place,a moment.the night sky five seconds after dusk,in the piece of time between navy blue and black.a city street in a snowstorm,so deafeningly quiet it stops the world for an instant.a beach, deserted at dawn,dolphins swimming to keep pace as…… Continue reading A Moment

To Whoever, With Love

Photo by Vinh Tran By Vinh Tran When someone falls in love, the brain releases a whole bunch of chemicals, serotonin, dopamine, you know–that good good. But I’m still not entirely sure how science can bring to reason why people do the things they do for the sake of love. Love makes you vulnerable and…… Continue reading To Whoever, With Love

The Perfect Pair

Photo by Kleigh Balugo By Kleigh Balugo There are so many cliches about the “perfect pair.” Mostly they’re soulmates of the food pyramid. Ketchup and mustard, mac and cheese, burger and fries, the list goes on and on. Those are pretty high expectations to live up to. But, if you really think about it. Any…… Continue reading The Perfect Pair

Soulmate Defined

Photo by Kleigh Balugo By Tracy Fuentes When someone hears the word “soulmate,” they immediately think of romance, of “meant to be,” of only one person for each person. But I disagree with all of the typical conventions of the soulmate. I believe that in life, we will encounter many soulmates, and they don’t necessarily…… Continue reading Soulmate Defined