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Creative Writing For Pulse Magazine

Over the past year, I have published many written works in Central Washington University’s magazine, Pulse.

My story, Injured and Alone, was nominated by the Associated Collegiate Press for Best Sports Story of The Year – one of ten chosen in the nation. 139 more words


Elvis Presley, Rock and Roll Legend, Dies in Caribbean Home at 82

Rock and Roll legend Evils Presley died on Sunday  in his Caribbean home at 11:21 p.m. local time. He was 82 years old.

Presley revolutionized the music industry in the late 1950’s with hits such as “Can’t Help Falling in Love,” “Heartbreak Hotel,” and “Love Me Tender.” 180 more words


Donald Trump Re-Registers as a Democrat for No Apparent Fucking Reason

Washington D.C. – President Donald Trump has abruptly re-registered as a Democrat in the middle of his first term, the White House announced early Monday. 242 more words


Kellyanne Conway Gaslights America into Believing that Chuck Schumer is a Dog

Washington D.C. – Kellyanne Conway has successfully gaslighted Americans into believing that New York Senator Chuck Schumer is a dog.

“Chuck always has been and always will be an aging Labrador from south central New York and there’s nothing that the mainstream media can say to change this fact,” said Conway on… 362 more words


Ted Cruz, High on Jesus, Tries to Defund Programs for Starving Children

Washington D.C. – Ted Cruz, dangerously high on scripture, presented a bill to cut all government funding for starving, sick, and dying children.

“This is such a blessed day,” said Cruz standing in front of his colleagues on Capitol Hill, a bible nestled close to his chest, “and such a great opportunity to do something truly good and holy in the world.” 290 more words


Q&A with Dow Jones intern Alison Krug

Alison Krug recently completed a Dow Jones News Fund editing internship in Norfolk, Virginia. Krug is a 2017 graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill, where she did an… 450 more words

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