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EVENING PLAY, Melissa DeHart

EVENING PLAY
by Melissa DeHart

“Darling, why don’t you come inside for a bit? It looks as if it’s about to rain!”

From where she was on the swing set, Jenna heard her mother call to her. 583 more words

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THEY TAUGHT US, Tasha Chemel

THEY TAUGHT US 
by Tasha Chemel

They taught us to be curious.
If we couldn’t find curiosity, they taught us to be good actors. 

They taught us about power and privilege 
But we still cowered when our male professor spoke. 238 more words
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Why We Should Be Worried About Putin - Harry Coloe

In a quick glance at world politics, you will struggle to find a leader as enduringly troublesome for diplomacy and peace in the 21st century as Vladimir Putin. 597 more words

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#selfie - Alissa Kirkwood

Alissa Kirkwood investigates the selfie craze that’s gripping the modern world – and isn’t letting go

Selfies. Where on earth do I start? Well, let’s start from the very beginning. 353 more words

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Alton College Deli - Lewis Roach

On the 10th of March, Alton College got “The Deli” to replace the old Costa Coffee. But how does it compare? Is it any good? Will it serve jam? 765 more words

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Underwater by Anonymous

Diving to the bottom of the pool.

The kind of depth where your ears are almost bursting with something you can’t quite articulate

And your brain feels like it’s splitting and… 181 more words

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The Beasts We Feared by Joseph Marshall

We’ve waited for our moment long enough, now it’s time for our legions to march forward and commence the war that will ultimately decide our fate. 290 more words

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