April 27, 2018

Posts from "Features"

  • Features | Apr.26, 2018

    Tiffany and Earl

    Dear Tiff and Earl, I don’t have any grad schools or job prospects lined up.  What do I do? Sincerely, Failing At Life   Dear Failing At Life, Lol. And you think I do? I decided that all I want…

    Read More
  • Features | Apr.26, 2018

    Listomania: Things We Do Instead of Studying for Finals

    Look at the Torch Adopt a Goldfish Make a Fort Out of Our Books Clear Out Our Netflix Watchlists Contemplate Mortality Remember How Easy We Had It As Freshmen Clean Our Rooms Watch Dog Videos Dump Bugs in Ray Food…

    Read More
  • Portfolio | Apr.26, 2018

    Traffic

    by Jessica Polanco ’20   T: Today and yesterday, it took me 66 hours to travel home. The commute is regularly a couple seconds but lately there’s been traffic in the way. R: Really? Why would you cut me off…

    Read More
  • Portfolio | Apr.26, 2018

    A Strange Request at a Piano Bar

    by Dawyn Henriquez ’19 The carnival rhythms bounced across the ivory keys in disjointed synchrony. “Entry of the Gladiators” was a strange request at Sal’s, where classical bullshit was typically demanded. As soon as Sal started the almost juvenile theme…

    Read More
  • Portfolio | Apr.26, 2018

    Sleeping Traffic Lights

      by Jonathan Coppe ’18 1:35 a.m.—Two brutes sitting in an SUV. Intersection along Route 50. Traffic light is the only outside illumination; no moonlight; their headlights are off. Inside the car the overhead cab light is off. SUV parked…

    Read More
  • Poetry | Apr.26, 2018

    Oceans

    by Jay Willett ’20 “Careful, always watch your step when you walk here honey,” she hummed. Grinning, I nodded my head and reached up, earnestly grabbed the railing. Orange tired sun, relentless reflections, my soul, Waves that roar, my mind,…

    Read More
  • Portfolio | Apr.26, 2018

    Tales From The RIPTA

    by Marisa DelFarno ’18 *based on real encounters There was once a man who looked like your average man—blue jeans and a grey sweatshirt—but he was ridden with the mouth of a sailor, or a wannabe rebellious 13-year-old, despite little…

    Read More
  • Portfolio | Apr.26, 2018

    “Iceberg Ahead!”

    by Marisa Gonzalez ’18 The world around me begins to fade. The colors of my room come together and form a collage. At first I am nervous, but a little excited. This mixture of colors has never happened before. I…

    Read More
  • Features | Apr.19, 2018

    Tiffany and Earl

    Dear Tiff and Earl, What’s your opinion on breakfast for dinner? Sincerely, Green Eggs and Ham   Dear Green Eggs and Ham, I am a huge fan of brunch all day, any day, at any time of day, so long…

    Read More
  • Features | Apr.19, 2018

    Listomania: What To Do If You Don’t Have A Spring Concert Ticket

    Go in the Friar Dom Costume Cry Ride the RIPTA Have Your Parents Email About it Extort Your Roommate For a Ticket FaceTime Someone at the Concert Put on Your Own Concert Listen to the Walmart Yodeling Kid Remix on…

    Read More