Passing By, Miles Hudgins, Digital Photography, Class of 2019

Through Glass Panes and Bug Screens, I See Mortality

Brandon Smith, Class of 2016 February 20, 2021

1:30am| With open eyes and ears unclogged, police lights; red hues and blues flash in an instant, they U Turn under an orbiting Mars and a dim sun, driving out of my peripheral. I can’t sleep while my...

Ryan Stephens, Class of 2021


Nicole Vargas, Class of 2012 February 20, 2021

Did Medusa ever look at herself in the mirror, Hoping to rid herself of ache by petrifying her insides? Does the venom swallow her up? Unless she pursues the flesh she hates to satisfy Briefly....

Makayla Sozanski, Class of 2021

To Poe

Brian Smith, Class of 2005 February 20, 2021

I cannot truly fathom all that you had seen, To view a life as but a dream within a dream. To hear the heart beat from beneath your bedroom floor And watch a raven perched above your chamber door. To...

Revolution, Maggie Erwin, Digital Photography, Class of 2019

Inside, Looking Out

Cameron Bradley, Class of 2008 February 20, 2021

the view from atop an ivory tower makes me doubt the value of being among the vast majority they don’t know what it’s like: fancy cars and penthouses are greater than the needs of...

Samantha Parlato, Class of 2022

Oak Hill Golf Club

Nikush Dalia, Class of 2015 February 20, 2021

A sheet laid across the lawn, A stolen bottle of wine gripped to either your lips or mine, And a backpack full of life's finest pleasures.   We passed the trespassing sign that...

Jackson Feiner, Class of 2021

Empowerment vs. Misogyny in The Wife of Bath

Maggie Erwin, Class of 2019 February 20, 2021

The Wife of Bath’s Prologue and Tale represent the conflicting forces of authority versus experience, medieval misogyny versus feminine sexuality, and the irony that arises from a character who seemingly...

Alexis Colasurdo, Class of 2021

G Train

Rachel Baransky, Class of 2018 February 20, 2021

When asked for advice on moving to the city, I tell people   that first, it will be beautiful, but the first bad day you have here may very well be one of the worst you’ve...

Teagan Huhn, Class of 2023

October 2019

Danielle Nguyen, Class of 2007 February 20, 2021

  had a thought recently how it’s all ones and zeroes passing through and love is when sequence after sequence floating in a void of black, soundless nothing 1 & 0 & 1 & 0...

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