May 25, 2017

Harold

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 | 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 | 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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Comics and Drawings | Nov.17, 2016

2020 Election

by Joey Aiello ’17 Portfolio Staff

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Comics and Drawings | Nov.10, 2016

Election Countdown

by Joey Aiello ’17 Portfolio Staff

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Portfolio | Nov.03, 2016

Grandpa Millenial

by Joey Aiello ’17 Portfolio Staff Logan rolled his eyes, “Do we have to go, Mom? It’s not how I want to spend my day off.” Mark stood behind his brother in solidarity. “Yes Logan, you know your grandfather is…

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Features | Oct.20, 2016

Haikus

How Do I Poem? by: Joey Aiello, ’17 I have to write this But I don’t get poetry Five more syllables Jolt by: Abby Johnston, ’17 Red hand inches forth Time slows as eyes droop, thoughts drift Prof’s voice breaks…

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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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Portfolio | Sep.15, 2016

Not As Bad As Everyone Thinks

Joey Aiello ’17 Portfolio Staff Tyler waved nervously as his last tangible tie to home pulled away in a 2007 Honda Civic. I’m completely on my own now, he thought once his mother’s car was out of sight. He turned…

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Portfolio | Apr.28, 2016

Pocket Poems, Series 6: Special Haiku Edition

Doorways to Other Worlds We all find exits. As if illuminated We are drawn like flies. by Matt Farrell ’17 Portfolio Staff Happiness for me Yesterday’s tears long dried up I like this new me. by Clara Howard  ’19 Portfolio Staff We…

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