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      Journal Twenty Twenty is the University of Colorado at Boulder's student-run creative nonfiction journal; celebrating undergraduate voices in creative nonfiction through personal essays, new journalism, portrait, memoir, and much more.

Paola Mendez, known as Lola, is a proud Puerto Rican that grew up in the suburbs of Chicago. She has a fascination with Adobe Software which brought her to Journal 2020. She is currently a freshman in sweet CU Boulder and hopes to get a degree in Media Production. Rock on!

Paola Mendez, known as Lola, is a proud Puerto Rican that grew up in the suburbs of Chicago. She has a fascination with Adobe Software which brought her to Journal 2020. She is currently a freshman in sweet CU Boulder and hopes to get a degree in Media Production. Rock on!

Jackie Farrell is a Senior in the English Department at the University of Colorado, Boulder and is originally from Littleton, Colorado. She specializes in modern Western literary fiction surrounding religious belief and rural culture.

Jackie Farrell is a Senior in the English Department at the University of Colorado, Boulder and is originally from Littleton, Colorado. She specializes in modern Western literary fiction surrounding religious belief and rural culture.

Grant Touchton

Grant Touchton

Monaz Engineer

Monaz Engineer

Journal Twenty Twenty is supported by the Program for Writing and Rhetoric at CU Boulder. The journal is printed by CU Imaging Services.

 

Lillie grew up surfing in the warm island waters that surround Oahu, Hawaii. She moved to Colorado in 2016 to attend the University of Colorado Boulder and to play DI volleyball for the university. Besides playing volleyball, Lillie enjoys hiking, surfing, going to the beach and practicing yoga. Lillie is currently an IPHY major and hopes to further her education in grad school to study pediatrics

Lillie grew up surfing in the warm island waters that surround Oahu, Hawaii. She moved to Colorado in 2016 to attend the University of Colorado Boulder and to play DI volleyball for the university. Besides playing volleyball, Lillie enjoys hiking, surfing, going to the beach and practicing yoga. Lillie is currently an IPHY major and hopes to further her education in grad school to study pediatrics