May 10, 2019
As we posted Iris’s last issue for the 2018-2019 school year, we could not have been happier to have spent the last several months sharing our thoughts, ideas, and passions with the Iris readership. For many of us, the closing of this year means the closing of our chapters at both Iris and at UVA. On one hand, we all love a good transition. We love the opportunity to say goodbye to the old and welcome the new.
January 24, 2019
Name: Maeve Hayden
Major: Women, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
Hometown: Afton, Virginia
What brought you to the Women's Center?
After transferring my second year, I struggled to find my place and voice at UVA. The Women's Center and Iris give me a place to talk to like-minded, passionate people.
What other organizations are you involved with at UVA?
In the past I served on the Transfer Student Advisory Board, as well as working as a Transfer Student Peer Advisor.
September 27, 2018
Major: Area Program in Literary Prose
Hometown: Poughkeepsie, New York
1. What brought you to the Women's Center?
I came to the Women's Center in hopes of not being a single voice for black women on Grounds, but becoming a medium that allows ALL our differing and intersectional voices to be heard.
September 21, 2018
Tell us a bit about what you’re doing now and how you got to where you are:
I currently am on fellowship at UVA for visual art. I also work part-time for Iris Magazineas an illustrator. My illustrations often address identity, feminism, and political issues. My paintings however are more abstract and address the nuances of memory and my own personal experiences.
February 01, 2018
September 15, 2017
August 30, 2017
What drew you to the Iris internship, and/or what types of stories or subject areas do you hope to experiment with or specialize in for Iris?
September 28, 2016
Get to know Iris Magazine intern, Pinky Hossain!
Major: English with a concentration in fiction writing
Hometown: Arlington, Virginia
December 16, 2015
Get to know Iris intern, Allyson Cartwright!
Major: English, minor Middle Eastern Studies
Hometown: Woodbridge, VA
December 04, 2015
Iris Magazine invited members of the UVA community to attend a pop-up photo gallery at OpenGrounds. The "Every Body has a Story to Tell" exhibit focused on the relationships women have with their bodies, giving them the opportunity to be photographed in a way they wanted to be seen. Click here to see the entire online photo collection and learn more about the project.