June 23, 2017

Posts from "Portfolio"

  • Portfolio | May.04, 2017

    A Little Over Five Years Later

    by Christie Smith ’17      She climbed the brick steps and tiredly searched for her house key, thrusting her hand into the depths of her unorganized pocketbook. Demanding order in almost every other area of her life, she was…

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  • Portfolio | May.04, 2017

    Harold

    by Joey Aiello ’17 It was so clear that night it looked as if the sky had been cut open to reveal what it really looks like behind its usual dull mask. Max was a loser. He knew it, but…

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  • Portfolio | May.04, 2017

    Wanderer

    by Abby Johnston ’17 Eighty degrees and bone-dry. Not a cloud overhead to mar the plain of stars. And the concrete driveway that had been baking all day long now felt like a floor-heater on the expanses of back where…

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  • Portfolio | Apr.27, 2017

    Foolishness

    Photo courtesy of Imax.com Julia Zygiel ’19 The sharp wind of early spring buffets Rich and Nina as they settled onto a bench outside of the library to study. Even though it is the first day of spring, it certainly…

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  • Portfolio | Apr.27, 2017

    A Fall From Grace

    Photo courtesy of Pinterest.com Joey Aiello ’17 His brow furrowed as he stared displeasingly at the screen. “It’s not good enough,” he muttered. Neurotically, he subjected his work to round after round of editing. Friends were contacted for advice and…

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  • Portfolio | Apr.06, 2017

    Mr. B.S.

    by Clara Howard ’19 Portfolio Staff Sam’s pretty sure there are times when she hates him. He is, after all, the most frustrating guy she’s ever known. Everything she says is cause for a salty comeback, and God forbid she…

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  • Portfolio | Mar.23, 2017

    The Last Man

    by David Martineau ’18 Portfolio Staff The world Colonel Brandon Kearney dreamt of was perfect, but the world he woke to was broken.  The hard metal bunk beneath him—softened only by the thin mattress that rested between it and his…

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  • Portfolio | Mar.23, 2017

    The Raven’s Eye

    by Connor Zimmerman ’20 Portfolio Staff I am Raven and I see all within my sight. My vision is clear, but I am no god. Quite the opposite, I am just as human as anyone, even with my power. I’m…

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  • Portfolio | Mar.23, 2017

    Analyzing Carter

    by Marisa Gonzalez ’18 Portfolio Staff On a Tuesday, Carter Mills walks down the hall with long strides. She is hard to miss with her cropped, spiky purple hair against the dull walls of Fordham High. I watch as she…

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  • Portfolio | Dec.09, 2016

    A Hero’s Quest

    Joey Aiello ’17 It’s 10pm on a Saturday night and he is on a quest for two things: to consume alcohol and to get laid. If he fails to achieve the latter he will become aggressive and seek to do…

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