June 27, 2017

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  • Features | Oct.12, 2016

    Tiffany and Earl

    Dear Tiff and Earl, There is a cute guy who sits next to me in class. We’re almost halfway through the semester. Is it too late to say “hi”? How do I break the ice? Sincerely, Looking for love in…

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  • Features | Oct.12, 2016

    Listomania

    Future Presidential Debate Topics Best Ice Cream Flavors Hair Gel: Yay or Nay Coughing, Sniffling, and Tissues Staples or Paper Clips What’s the deal with airline food? Brangelina Internet Explorer or Firefox* Marvel or DC Coke or Pepsi Oreo eating…

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  • Features | Oct.12, 2016

    The Adventures of Phil Fellows (Continued)

    by Clara Howard ’19 Portfolio Staff Phil stood, wincing at the pain in his hand where the bullet had grazed it. Glancing back down at Chibbs’ remote, he tried to examine it more closely, but the rapidly setting sun was…

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  • Features | Oct.12, 2016

    Fast Fiction #1

    by Chennah Sharpe ’17 Pick apples wisely, especially those fallen… by David Martineau ’18 “The World” Look…do you see?  It’s beautiful. by Marisa Gonzales ’18 “Tranquility” Deep blue fades into the light. by Matt Farrell ’17 “In Our Attempts to…

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  • Features | Sep.29, 2016

    Listomania: Alternative Off-Campus Housing

    Big Tony’s Tunnels Below Fennel LaSalle Bakery Brown University The Tree House in Lincoln Woods Shelby, Ohio The Death Star Providence Place Mall Dunkin’ on Academy Avenue Canada A Nursing Home The Future The Past

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  • Features | Sep.29, 2016

    Tiffany and Earl

    Dear Tiffany and Earl, I just got my first Intro. to Lit. paper and I don’t understand a thing we read or where to start writing! HELP! Sincerely, Returning Customer Dear Freshman, Okay, the first thing you need to do…

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  • Features | Sep.29, 2016

    The Adventures of Phil Fellows (Continued)

    by Joey Aiello ’17 Portfolio Staff He wiped the crust that had collected in the corner of his eyes from hours of depriving his body what it needs. Phil wasn’t just sleepy, he was mentally exhausted. Shuffling foot after foot,…

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  • Features | Sep.22, 2016

    The Adventures of Phil Fellows

    Abby Johnston ’17 Portfolio Staff Fluorescent lights flickered and buzzed, matching the cream linoleum and blank shelves of the filling station.  Phil circled in his swivel chair behind the counter and waited for the cash register to blink 6:30 p.m.…

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  • Features | Oct.20, 2011

    Fast Fiction

    Here’s the deal: 25 words or less. One title. An entire story.

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  • Features | Oct.06, 2011

    The Man Who Stands

    I am the man who stands in the rain and watches the puddles form beneath my feet, when my brain begins to function like a toy with a battery inside, dampened by the weather and sputtering electricity out of my ears, behind my eyes, and down from my nose….

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