THE ZiNE

During our freshman year of college –  Anushka, Sam, and Eden – met in a class called Designing Media for Social Change. Our capstone project was the first issue of GEN-ZiNE – gendered violence: disciplining the body. Since then, GEN-ZiNE has continued to release print zines. Along the way, our community of writers, thinkers, and artists have grown with us.  

Spectrum

GEN-ZiNE's USC chapter sought to explore the following question: how do we navigate a world hyper-reliant on binaries? Spectrum explores topics such as racial identity, navigating polarized politics, and being comfortable saying "I don't know." 

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The Yearbook: Class of GEN-ZiNE

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The Election Guidebook: Divided States of America

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Sustainability:

No Planet B

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Health and Wellness:

In Full Bloom

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Multiculturalism: Stirring the Melting Pot

cover IG post white.jpeg

The Yearbook: Class of GEN-ZiNE

ZINE SLIP ISSUE 5.png

The Election Guidebook: Divided States of America

ZINE SLIP ISSUE 4.png

Sustainability:

No Planet B

ZINE SLIP ISSUE 3.png

Health and Wellness:

In Full Bloom

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Multiculturalism: Stirring the Melting Pot

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Gendered Violence: Disciplining the Body

THE VOICES