November 21, 2019

Posts from "Features"

  • Features | Oct.03, 2019

    Listomania: Suggestion for Next Year’s Late Night Madness performer

    Amateur Slam Poets  Friar Dom and Huxley  The Return of DJ Diesel  Self-Help motivational speaker  A hologram of The Beatles Elton John  The Naticks Adam Hanna Fr. Shanley playing the Kazoo  A professional didgeridoo-er Open mic night  A man playing…

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  • Features | Oct.03, 2019

    Tiff and Earl

    Dear Tiff and Earl, I got a Hydroflask as a gift and now people are bullying me in class. Please help.  Woefully, #Vscoboy    Dear #, The best way to break a new trend that everyone bandwagons on or wishes…

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  • Poetry | Sep.26, 2019

    Marks on the Sole

    by Sarah McLaughlin ’23 I slide my right foot in, it catches A hole in the lining, my toe’s stuck inside “Why don’t you just put them in the trash?” I shake my head and smile, like it’s a nice…

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  • Poetry | Sep.26, 2019

    Grounded in Memory

    by Erin Venuti ’20 Every place I go, I take a rock, So, when I’m floating off, My feet will know to stay calm. In my hand, the stone warms, wakes, Remembers the spot from which it came– A shore,…

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  • Poetry | Sep.26, 2019

    Fresh, Never Frozen

    by Sarah Heavren ’21 I’m fresh, never frozen. My thoughts are not cold. They’re living and breathing, Never growing old. I’m fresh, never frozen. I want to be heard. My thoughts have some value. It’s what they deserve. I’m fresh,…

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  • Portfolio | Sep.26, 2019

    Confiscated Dreams

    by Jessica Polanco ’20 Laying down and looking at the stars. This was all they dreamt about. The feeling of the prickly grass on the back of their heads and chatting about their dreams. They created plans that night about…

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  • Poetry | Sep.26, 2019

    Rainforest Rain

    by Gabriela Baron ’20 The sky turns a soft gray and skeleton trees breathe in life as the wind compels them to stretch out their arms. Animals in the forest scurry, smelling the imminent rain. Red cardinals take shelter in…

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  • Poetry | Sep.26, 2019

    As the Darkness Poured Over

    by Grace O’Connor ’22 We sped down the never ending road I could see the worried look on his face As his grip tightened on the steering wheel The trees outside the window blended together As they erased into the…

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  • Features | Sep.26, 2019

    Listomania: Things I Thought I Would Have Done By Now

    Written my memoir Gone to class Proposed my thesis Gotten out of bed Applied to graduate school Taken the LSAT Declared my major Been to Slavin 108 Learned how to make toast Seen any Quentin Tarantino movie Done laundry Called…

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  • Features | Sep.26, 2019

    Tiff and Earl

    Dear Tiff and Earl, It’s been a quiet week on campus. Almost too quiet. Do either of you know what is going on? Sincerely, Increasingly Alarmed   Dear Al, There are some things they don’t teach you in Civ. Don’t…

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