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Friday’s Selection-Fantasy

“The Assassination of the Prince” Excerpt by Paige Doland They say blood is thicker than water. What they neglect to realize, is that blood is also more abundant. The blood pumped by a single human heart could fill an entire lake. Think of what all creatures combined would fill. No wonder blood is so rich…the […]

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Wednesday’s Selection-Poetry

“All That Matters” By Michelle Borbon   I was an optimistic freshman. I was optimistic. So I walked through the maze of halls, with an oversized backpack full of dreams and blank notebooks. Curiosity ran through the neurons in my empty head and ambition swam in my veins. And as the months kept passing I […]

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Monday’s Selection

“Joey” by Deborah Pintonelli I called them Joey I and Joey II, but Tony just called them both Joey. It was as if there was a continuum, no pause between the death of one and the appearance of the other. Tony’s bird of choice was an African Green male. Typically, pet-store birds will already know […]

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Invisible-Six-String Samurai

The phrase “air guitar” evokes the image of pre-teens jamming out in their rooms to hard rock or heavy metal, banging their head without a care. Go up another level with “Competitive Air Guitar,” and heads are tilted in confusion at such a thought. Most who are aware of the competitive side of this hobby […]