The Classic Journal began in 2016 and is published by The Franklin College Writing Intensive Program. Two Anthropology students are featured in their most recent issue. Anthropology student, Anna Brachey, wrote an essay entitled, "Bite-sized Bali: Grown in Genocide, Consumed by Capitalism." Brachey's essay examines Bali based on her personal experiences and research and exposes a destination far more complex than what travel brochures advertise. Women's Studies and Anthropology student, Madison Werner, wrote an essay entitled, "Eat, Pray, Love – A Self-Help Guide for the Colonialist Neoliberal." Werner’s essay examines the links between privilege and the gendered neoliberal notions of self-exploration via travel. Both of these pieces can be found in issue 5.1 of The Classic Journal. Congratulations to Anna and Madison on your recent publications!