June 25, 2017

A Little Over Five Years Later

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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Poetry | Apr.27, 2017

Without a Muse

Photo courtesy of Pinterest.com Christie Smith ’17   Strands of hair whipped around my face as the wind picked up. I could feel the rain as it soaked through my jacket. You were walking towards me, about to say what…

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Poetry | Nov.17, 2016

Stu(Dying)

by Chrsitie Smith ’17 Portfolio Staff I’m going to paint a picture, one of complete desperation. I really think it’s going to resonate with you. Imagine the moment when you’ve procrastinated so spectacularly that you must now choose between adopting…

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Poetry | Oct.27, 2016

Being Known

Christie Smith ’17 I’m not sure how we can ever say we know someone Because it has to do with knowing and being known, The subtle difference between recognizing and understanding. Are we leaving footprints or building a house? Without…

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Portfolio | Oct.20, 2016

Supermarket Encounter

by Christie Smith, ’17 Portfolio Staff I couldn’t believe it was really him. It looked as if he were trying to grow some sort of beard, and he had definitely discovered a gym, but nonetheless it was him. I peered…

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