top of page
  • Sarah Van Arsdale

June, 2019

Updated: Jul 11, 2019

6.28.19 studying in Afghanistan. Photo: Jim Huylebroek

6.27.19 Cardinals Sheltering from Heat Wave at Vatican City. Photo: Angelo Carconi

6.26.19 Fatou Jallow, first to accuse Gambia's former preseident, Yahya Jammeh, of sexual assaullt. Photo: Tara Walton

U.S. Women's Soccer Team Beats Spain in World Cup. Photo: Phil Noble

6.24.19 Immigrant family in Portland, Maine, from Democratic Republic of Congo. photo: Tristan Spinski

6.22.19 Photo taken in Galveston, Texas after Hurricane Harvey. Article on how cities can protect themselves from storm surges. photo: Brendan Smiadowski

6.20.19 Emaciated polar bear in Norilsk, Russia.

6.19.19 Emotional Support Duck. Photo: Eve Edelheit

6.17.19 Sudden arrival in San Antonio of 700 migrants from Central Africa. "I cannot go back now. They will kill me." photo: Ilana Panich Linsman

6.15.19 Looking for Ebola symptoms at Uganda/Congo border. Photo: Ronald Kabuubi

6.13.19 Moscow police with people protesting police violence photo: Alexander Nemenov

6.11.19 Migrants and border patrol agents at Eagle Pass, Texas. Photo: Ilana Panich Linsman

6.7.19 scene of knife attack, Kawasaski, Japan. Photo: Carl Court

6.5.19 Plaintiffs in Suit Brought by U.S. Before the Hearing, Young Plaintiffs in Suit Against U.S> Government Over their Constitutional Right to a Livable Planet. photo : Robin Loznak

A rescued orangutan named Hope, blinded. Photo: Bryan Denton

9 views0 comments

Recent Posts

See All

April 27,2022

Prompt: a duplex, per Jericho Brown The air so still it makes my heart thrum. I can hear the strumming robins’ wings as they dart and dip beneath the dippling lilac bough that came down in the storm,

April 26, 2022

On Writing a Novel If I knew how to write a novel, it would be about two sisters in a big, fractured family. They’re in the middle. One tries, all her life, to understand the other. She thinks of her

April 25, 2022

On Learning to Paint More often than not, I’ve simply stood in dumb awe at the world, unmoving, unable to speak, a gasp held tight in my chest. Near my heart. But now, I load my brush with cobalt, red


bottom of page