A Perpendicular Universe


During spring break of my freshman year of college, I discovered that my eyes craved water. Growing up in the glacially carved landscape of Minnesota, it was rare that a car trip longer than fifteen minutes did not pass within sight of a lake. When I moved to Cleveland and the campus of Case Western Reserve University, such regular views faded from my life. 

Situated on Lake Erie, Cleveland is certainly no stranger to water vistas. But water doesn’t permeate every neighborhood of the city in the same way that lakes and rivers do in Minneapolis and St. Paul. Furthermore, as…


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