September 30, 2020

Posts from "Poetry"

  • Poetry | Feb.14, 2020

    A Real Galentine’s Day

    by Samantha Pellman ’20 It’s a Friday night at 6 p.m. The sky is dark already The air is cold. To us it’s just a Friday night But to others it’s the most romantic day of the year. We don’t…

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  • Poetry | Feb.14, 2020

    Below, a guide for writing a love poem to your sweetheart (or boogabear, snookems, or tootsie wootsie)

    by Sam Ward ’21 To better understand love and its treasures, You must first reexamine your loyalty to vices. You are not ready to love unless you take the right measures. Would you keep caffeine in the A.M. if Starbucks…

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  • Comics and Drawings | Feb.14, 2020

    Personal Space

    by Mark Fairchild ’20

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  • Features | Feb.14, 2020

    Listomania: How to make someone fall in love with you

    Stand outside their dorm room with a boombox Leave them on open on Snapchat DM their ex on Instagram Take them out to Ray Photoshop them into pictures with you Bring them chicken nuggets on Thursday Go to the chapel…

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  • Features | Feb.14, 2020

    Tiff and Earl

    Dear Tiff and Earl, I just found out that my significant other is allergic to every single flower known to man and hates all chocolate (I promise she’s fun!), and CVS has nothing else that is Valentine’s Day related. What…

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  • Features | Feb.14, 2020

    Friartire: Showing How You Really Feel

    by Lil Wit ’21 The mushiest, most lovey-dovey, better-not-be-alone-because-that-sucks day of the year (unless you want to be conventional and remember that this day is actually the feast day for a saint who was martyred for the sake of spreading…

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  • Comics and Drawings | Feb.14, 2020

    The Friar Boys: Bachelor Edition

    by Mark Fairchild ’20

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  • Poetry | Feb.07, 2020

    First Lesson

    by Sarah McLaughlin ’23 How do I teach someone something that is beyond my own comprehension? That question incessantly prodded my mind when I sat down the first day Not at my usual seat at the keys But instead in…

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  • Creative Non-Fiction | Feb.07, 2020

    This is the Year

    by Erin Venuti ’20 Dear Erin (2010),  I’m reminded of you every day, without fail. I think about how you feel most comfortable wearing leggings and UGGs and a scrunchie—who would have guessed that they’d be back in style again?—and…

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  • Poetry | Feb.07, 2020

    The Mist

    by Sarah Heavren ’21 There’s a mist that appears at times. What is real becomes hard to find. In my mind it clouds and obscures The things that I’ve thought, seen or heard. The mist’s purpose is to deceive All…

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