October 22, 2020

Posts from "Portfolio"

  • Portfolio | Nov.12, 2014

    The Motivation of Rebellion

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  • Portfolio | Nov.12, 2014

    What Would You Do for a Klondike Bar

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  • Portfolio | Nov.12, 2014

    Ego

    by Austin Harney ’17 Asst. Portfolio Editor When I was first Awakened on a raft in the Middle of a large blue God, I remembered I left the Coffee-Maker On. My house was going to burn down. Those who accompanied…

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  • Portfolio | Nov.12, 2014

    Looking Up

    by Branan Durbin ’16 Portfolio Staff Golden-tipped treetops hover high, seeming to float on air, yet supported by that tower of a trunk. Sometimes the transition— green, gold, gone— is awkward, difficult, unpleasant, but these make it seem effortless. Soaking…

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  • Portfolio | Nov.12, 2014

    What Is Love?

    By Joseph Ahart ’18 Portfolio Staff “Man, lighten up! You need to get over her.” “Billy, Jesus Christ. She just dumped him like, five minutes ago!” “Yeah, Dave. You’re a free man! That’s what college is all about!” David slumped…

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  • Portfolio | Sep.25, 2014

    Mom’s Advice

    By Joey Aiello ’17 Portfolio Staff   Dan: What does Jenna see in him? Nick: Oh I don’t know, he’s handsome and he plays three varsity sports? Dan: Yeah but he’s a jerk, she told me he never answers her…

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  • Portfolio | Sep.25, 2014

    Reality Check

    By Austin Harney ’17 Asst. Portfolio Editor   I can’t conceive of any other Means of expressing this doubt I conceal and deal with, Did I forget something? Or have I chosen to forget? Out of regret I’ve given myself…

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  • Portfolio | Sep.25, 2014

    Eight Words

    Paul Francisco ’15 Portfolio Staff “I am getting married!!!!!” Austin’s mouth just dropped. He was speechless. He was panicking on the inside. Rebecca had been dating the same guy for a while now, but he didn’t think that it was…

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  • Portfolio | Sep.25, 2014

    Trinkets

    By Branan Durbin “16 Portfolio Staff Crumpled, dark, slightly dusty with odd, speckly dirt, are old scraps of paper and other assorted gems in the bottom of my backpack. Books squash them, pens join them, but mostly, they’re unfound, until,…

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  • Portfolio | Sep.25, 2014

    New York Winter

    By Jose Martinez Portfolio Staff For my 21st birthday, Zoey thought it would be a waste if we stayed in our sucky college town to celebrate my final (for the moment) coming of age. I insisted on just going into…

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