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Chasing Dreams

Chasing Dreams

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February 10, 2015

by Jeff Licciardello, Sophomore, Multimedia Journalism ...

Chakras

Chakras

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February 10, 2015

by Shaunte Francois, Senior, 3D Art  ...

Abandoned

Abandoned

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February 10, 2015

by Tasha Lund, Senior, Studio Art ...

Day in day out

Day in day out

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February 10, 2015

by Heather Yeomans, Junior, GCM ...

Everlasting

Everlasting

Miscellany Editor

February 10, 2015

by Barbara McGaughey, Senior, Writing & Linguistics We haunt the woods every spring.        Taking a sharp left off Chelsea’s street, we walk straight through the trees; the air smells a mix of moss and kudzu, wisteria drops down our backs. We kick out spare asphalt rocks that lodge their ...

The Unknowing

The Unknowing

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February 10, 2015

by Carly Falk, Graduate Student, Counselor Education        Lez-bee-iiin? What a funny word. What’s a lesbian? Why am I a lesbian? Jackie looked as if she’d just scored the new not-squeaky swing after she said it. “Carly , you’re a lesbian!” Do I get mad? I guess I do. I should.  I tell Jackie to shut...

The Roof

The Roof

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February 10, 2015

by Lauren Gorla, Junior, Multimedia Journalism        She sat on the roof overlooking the ants that marched below, each with their own thoughts and actions and destinations. She had no destination anymore; the roof was her place, her sanctuary, her home. There would be no more interaction, no touch, no ha...

Queer Narratives

Queer Narratives

Miscellany Editor

February 10, 2015

by Parrish Turner, Senior, Writing & Linguistics What is a queer narrative?        A queer narrative is anything that derives from the norm.               Anything that derives from the norm.        But there is no one way to write.        But I will write short. I will write ...

THE POOL I JUMP IN WILL BE EMPTY

THE POOL I JUMP IN WILL BE EMPTY

Miscellany Editor

February 10, 2015

by Barbara McGaughey, Senior, Writing & Linguistics          My car is an island. It’s New Year’s, and the parking lot smells like cardboard and glue, alcohol yet to be spilled. It’s Christmas, and the parking lot smells like the fat that lives on the cusp of tin foil. It’s Tha...

Pennies

Pennies

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February 10, 2015

by Michael Conner, Senior, Writing & Linguistics Hollowed riverbeds and blood red plains beside copper cabins, rusted away, crushed on railroad tracks oxidized to black, so heavy trains wheezed and howled with exhaust, like families burning from fires of war offhand, handed off to clenched fingers of dying sold...

Afterlife

Afterlife

Miscellany Editor

February 10, 2015

by Taylor Jenkins, Freshman, Pre-Med ...

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