December 10, 2018

Posts from "Christmas"

  • Christmas | Dec.08, 2018

    Starlight

    by Jessica Polanco ’20 It was 4:30 in the evening and Lorrinda was relieved to go home. It was her first day at work, and she was exhausted. Despite the traffic, she got home just in time to make dinner…

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  • Christmas | Dec.08, 2018

    Fast Fiction: What is the True Meaning of Christmas?

    Celebrating together and never alone. by Sam Pellman ’20   This ugly year is over, Christmas oncoming. by Sam Ward ’21   Playing in the snow at 21 years old. by Dawyn Henriquez ’19     Children experiencing the magic…

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  • Christmas | Dec.08, 2018

    A Christmas to Remember

    by Julia Zygiel ’19 Black ice stripes the concrete path to our front door. The rest of the snow from the mid-December squall has already melted, but the ice remains, filling my head with visions of broken hips and legs.…

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  • Christmas | Dec.08, 2018

    Letters to Santa

    Dear Santa, I already talked to one of your helpers (I’m old enough to know he’s not the real deal) but I thought I’d write you a note just in case he forgets to tell you. This Christmas, surprisingly, I…

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  • Christmas | Dec.08, 2018

    The Family Tree

    by Connor Zimmerman ’20 Each needle properly in place. All the lights strung and shining. Tinsel showing the reflection of the people standing around the tree. They look at it one last time before they decorate it, bare but beautiful.…

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  • Christmas | Dec.08, 2018

    A Very Merry Chuckleheadz Christmas

    by Mark Fairchild ’20

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  • Christmas | Dec.08, 2018

    Believe in Santa

    by Sarah Kirchner ’21 “Do you believe in Santa, Alexa?” I asked my sister under the sheets of our couch fort. We laid on the cushions eating Santa’s cookies and drinking his milk. Mom and Dad were up in bed…

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  • Christmas | Dec.08, 2018

    Christmas Poem I

    by Sam Ward ’21 Though, first and fifteenth left no guarantee, Wrapped presents with bows stuck under the tree, But the sentiment meant so much more to me. O holy Child of Bethlehem More than the Xbox or bikes you…

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  • Christmas | Dec.08, 2018

    LED Stars

    by Erin Venuti ’20 With each Christmas season, the sky descends upon the earth, sprinkling the world with stars. As she drives through town, she passes constellations on either side of the road — berries of light growing in gardens,…

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  • Christmas | Dec.08, 2018

    Listomania: The Festivus Airing of the Grievances

    All I can do is procrastinate Ray (#BringBackThePaniniStation) Ban electric scooters Professors moving finals a week earlier Saturday finals Dorm fines Dunkin’ getting rid of the peppermint mocha Getting misdiagnosed by the Health Center Running on three hours of sleep…

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