Ode to Being a Writer

By Alistair Bennie-Underwood We are the only. We are the people who march. We do not sleep. The outside world

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#2 or If I Had Known Better

By Matt Porter If only I hadn’t been so keen on destroying your classic style of high morality and short skirts.

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What Did You Expect?

By Matt Porter I hate writing about romance. In fact, the idea of romance is completely repulsive to me. When

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Sleepless

The night was heavy and warm, full still of fragrant afternoon heat that had failed to dissipate in the darkness. Open windows held no cure for Cameron’s pressing fatigue; she felt like the wind was a rippling blanket, tempting her to sleep. The road was lonely before the sun rose. Even the radio with its soothing, muffled voices conspired against her.

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Baby Fat

By: Michaela Abbott, News Editor Nine-year-old Michaela Google searches “how to lose weight fast” Her chubby baby fat still lingers

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The Land of the Scarecrows

By: Justin Henry, Editor in chief this is the Inferno not fiery pits nor rivers of blood abandoned wagons, mountains

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