November 21, 2019

Posts from "Halloween"

  • Halloween | Nov.01, 2019

    The Path Home

    by Erin Venuti ’20 Amidst a string of warm autumn days in October, there was a cold, dry night the week before Halloween. And it was on this cold, dry night that she noticed the footprints. She was walking back…

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  • Halloween | Nov.01, 2019

    The Dark Arts

    by Sam Ward ’21 The wood burned as the fire cracked and the occultist conjured unsettling images. Clowns and killers brandishing knives. “Dahbay!” The syllables erupting from the bottom of his throat; he threw sand on the fire. “Mugrodan!” His…

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  • Halloween | Nov.01, 2019

    What ‘s Up with Everyone Today?

    by Daniel Carrero ’23 Ike was upset nobody shoveled the snow from the driveway. He had to park on the street. Walking inside the house he could hear Wonder barking from the backyard. He dropped his suitcase at the door,…

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  • Halloween | Nov.01, 2019

    Who’s There?

    by Sam Pellman ’20 Today was a success! I found everything I needed and was finally heading to the car. I had been at the mall for two hours now just by myself, popping into different stores, leaving with lots…

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  • Features | Nov.01, 2019

    Fast Fiction: What Scares You the Most?

    In 14 words or less “What Scares You the Most?” Go! An email comes from the Bursar’s Office: tuition due by the first. by Daniel Carrero ’23 The shower upstairs turns on, but I thought I was home alone… by…

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  • Features | Nov.01, 2019

    Friartire: The Hash-Slinging Friar

    by Ghost Hunter ’21 In the weeks preceding Halloween, several students have reported witnessing a ghost-like figure wandering late at night. The figure was described by a source as “dressed in the white habit of a friar,” but appeared to…

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  • Features | Nov.01, 2019

    Listomania: Pumpkin Carving Ideas

    Exam Cheat Sheet The Gettysburg Address Dante’s Inferno My TikTok username A portrait of Father Sicard My social security number A map to El Chapo’s treasure Another pumpkin A tasteful nude The torch The bike lane…RIP Coach Cooley Dot and…

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  • Features | Nov.01, 2019

    Tiff and Earl

    Dear Tiff and Earl, The spider hanging over my bed is whispering sweet nothings into my ear. How do I proceed? Cautiously, Slightly Interested   Dear Slightly Interested,  It’s 2019, so no judgment here. The one thing I would say…

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  • Portfolio | Oct.25, 2019

    Welcome to the Neighborhood

    by Daniel Carrero ’23 I wonder if I walked like you when I was your age. There was an innocent bounce to your step. You probably thought me and Coz pulled up on you by surprise. You probably thought you…

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  • Poetry | Oct.24, 2019

    Plymouth, Four Hundred Years Later

    by Sarah McLaughlin ’23 Tourists converge from Earth’s every corner to see The piece of the past stored on this pebbled beach All paths extending westward from the east Meet here, the first of our nation’s vertices It’s so special…

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