It’s almost insane—we’ve survived a full year in-person. There were a little blips here and there, but we made it! And to celebrate, we’re releasing Vertigo’s yearly flagship issue, the Spring issue, to the wesite.
After our full production cycle and distribution since 2019, you might have seen the print issue floating around. If you didn’t get an opportunity to grab one for yourself, have no fear! Enjoy it right here, at lhsvertigo.com/aliferous!
Lastly, Vertigo would like to thank the class of 2022 for bringing their wonderful spirit to the club. Our 2021-2022 officer team planned our first in-person open mic, grew Vertigo through numerous socials, and expanded our reach to selling handmade cards for Craft Faire. Congratulations 2022 for graduating; you’re going to do great things!
Look out for our summer issue in the coming weeks. We wish you all the best <3
(Cover art: Joy Song)
the real april fools is that this was published on april second (i mean. whaaaat. ur reading the date wrong whaatt its aprilf rist. what. what. what.)
look around. we are in your walls.
*disclaimer: we know it’s 2021 very sorry for the lateness*
We’re back to our workshops at Peet’s and in-person meetings, but we’ve also strengthened our community more than we ever have in years past. Vertigo is (verti)growing, and now you can see The Results!
So, in another cold winter, we invite you to bask in the warmth of the sun with us. Our writers and artists (and webmaster btw) have worked really hard to bring this to you and we hope you enjoy <3
p.s. i chose the fonts & colors myself
p.p.s. cover art by kristin zhao we love you <3
This Halloween, amidst the early application deadline, we thought… what is the scariest thing on the planet?
We thought of zombies. Ghosts. Haunted houses (hice?). Bloodsucking vampires. However, none of them managed to equal the terror presented by the years of debt brought forward by the United States’s education system.
So with terror and fright, we welcome you to this year’s Halloween issue… Student Loans.