Wasatch Magazine

Nola Peshkin
Nola is a 1st year master’s student in English Literary and Cultural Studies. She loves being outside because she loves challenging myself, feeling connected to her body, and appreciating the natural beauty that surrounds us! She also likes working, learning, and teaching in outdoor spaces because sharing knowledge and experience is so powerful, and helps spread accessibility to these spaces.
She joined Wasatch because she finds it easiest to articulate why outdoor experiences are so powerful through writing, and she hopes to inspire others to get outside, get out of their comfort zone, and find out what they feel connected to in the environment. Those who find connection to the outdoors are so much more likely to fight to protect it.

Nola Peshkin, Writer

Nov 23, 2020
She Is My Home: Body Acceptance and Inclusion in the Outdoors (Story)
Oct 27, 2020
Artist Feature: Katie Reim (Story)
Sep 12, 2020
Intersectional Environmentalism: A Conversation with Leah Thomas  (Story)
The Outdoor Magazine of the U
Nola Peshkin