Rethink Retarded

Atharva Talpade

May 21, 2017

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I once called an ice cream flavor retarded. Green, rank, vomit-inducing, and weird, kimchi flavored ice cream was accurately described by the word retard. My date did not agree. In the middle of the ice cream shop, she questio...

Brightening Dawn

Robert Helck, Glyphs Member

April 28, 2016

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To bake in the heat, the Sun knows not mercy It takes back what it gave us all those years ago And I beheld a dark cell before me I entered Hell, forsaking, Earth as I go.   Dark and cramped, unknown, unse...

The Shepherd

Jeb Burnet, Glyphs Member

March 25, 2016

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The valley awoke as the sun pushed over the horizon. The valley was alive and radiant. Beautiful in every sense of the word. More than that though, it was calm, it was peaceful, it was a small paradise. The rolling slopes were sheeted...

Iscariot (Online Version)

Robert Helck, Glyphs Member

December 7, 2015

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  Oh Lord above, can You not hear me pray? Can Your perfect omniscient mind,  not see me lay About to die for crimes committed, yes But under holy orders, Heaven bless’d! The tree is far, so I have time...

An open letter regarding the unimportance of diversity in a university

Whitney Xu, Editor

November 13, 2015

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A note from the author: I have removed this piece from the website for the time being in order to reorganize my essay and to present my purpose in a clearer manner. This has nothing to do with the administration, and I was...

Identity Ramblings

Matt Driscoll, Staff

November 11, 2015

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My full name is Matthew Austin Driscoll however I’m not too fond of my middle name. I have a twin brother, an older brother and a half-brother, yet somehow no sisters. I share a birthday with Abraham Lincoln, but I have...

Cleaning

Ciara Fagan, Editor

November 11, 2015

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It is 11:11 on a Monday night and I should be doing my homework. Instead, homework is replaced by a combination of watching One Tree Hill and half-heartedly cleaning my room. The only two people I ever text just went to bed, they...

An Essay on the Noble Science of Writing a Victorian Novel

Chris Rogers, Writer

April 14, 2015

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Aspiring writers know the situation all too well: you take a seat on the comfy leather couch in a local Starbucks, sip on a latte, and decide to open up your laptop to write the next greatest Victorian masterpiece, when, almost...

Untitled

Peri Munter, Writer

April 14, 2015

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She remembered her first time there. She closed her eyes, thinking of it, letting the volatile memory resurface. “Luce, remember when I didn't come home from school last week?” Her wide-eyed eight year old self nodded, looking...

Perfection

Catherine Zimmerman, Member

February 4, 2015

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Perfection. And it doesn’t stop at the hair. Long, black, styled, every day it’s perfect. Obviously she doesn’t do it herself. Whose hair could look that perfect? A sleek ponytail, not one flyaway, pulled back tight and...

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