Volume 7.1 is OUT!

Volume 7.1 is OUT!

We’re live, folks. The new new issue of the magazine has been published! Check it out for some all new art, fiction, and poetry!!

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Being Graced by the Presence of an OCD Angel

Being Graced by the Presence of an OCD Angel

Being Graced by the Presence of an OCD Angel by Reetu Sinha This past week, our campus had the good fortune–ha ha–to be visited by…

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Thoughts On Halloween

Thoughts On Halloween

Thoughts on Halloween By: Alora Wogsland Halloween is my all time favorite holiday. This comes as no surprise to my friends. Also, my birthday is…

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Valete

Valete

Last week I started my first last day of my undergraduate career. Though I plan to go on to grad school and continue my education…

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Culture Shock: The Liberal Arts and Blue Hair

Culture Shock: The Liberal Arts and Blue Hair

By Sharanya Rao My accent is a pretty good giveaway, but full disclosure: I’m an international student. I look very Indian, speak four Indian languages,…

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Children's Literature

Children’s Literature

Writing Children’s Literature By: Zoe Zehentner One of my dearest friend’s sister recently had a baby, and my friend, being the creative whizz she is,…

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Wanderlust

Wanderlust

Wanderlust By: Ashleigh Aycock There seems to be this world “wanderlust” floating around the internet lately. I’ve seen it on pinterest and tumblr in strange…

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New Issue!

New Issue!

It’s official!  The new issue is here.  I’d like to extend a big thank you to all of the writers, artists, photographers and editors who…

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That Time Robert Downey Jr Was a Lawyer

That Time Robert Downey Jr Was a Lawyer

That Time Robert Downey Jr Was a Lawyer By Sheila Smith   It was a cold, rainy Saturday with nothing to do but school work….

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How to Successfully Read at an Open-Mic

How to Successfully Read at an Open-Mic

How to Successfully Read at an Open-Mic Reetu Sinha   Imagine the scenario: you stumble up through domino rows of audience members that can be…

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