H-E-L-L-OColor’s speaking for itself in this rainbow-bright issue with our biggest feature ever, where editors Kate Campbell and Elizabeth Slocum, designer Phillip Stern ’84, and photographer Laurence Kesterson shake up a kaleidoscope of Swarthmore stories. (I made the Jell-O.) “I enjoyed looking beyond the beauty of color to explore its meaning—which is different for everyone,” Elizabeth says. “That the bucktooth parrotfish truly appears to have buckteeth was thrilling,” adds Kate. Whether you’re more interested in beauty or buckteeth, here’s to loving and living your true colors—every single one.