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Grouse Wing Barrel: A Letter

By Randy Osborne

“From one wing, you can determine whether it’s a male or female. If it’s a female, you can even determine whether she had a successful brood or not. 1,346 more words

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Saint of Swimming Goggles - David Brennan

after Raymond Nogar

A dozen pair of blue swimming goggles
drape the neck of this concrete

man beside the pool, his starved
face pushed forward in a howl of prayer– 138 more words

Poetry

Orange & Ivory: A Tremendous Night of Democratic Carnage

By Aja Arnold

Okay. Here we go.

The polls began rolling in as crowd reactions indicated the wins for each candidate. Cheers and clinking glasses for Hillary and the Democrats and uproarious boos for Trump and the Grand Old Party. 2,814 more words

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Right of Passage - Lloyd Milburn

Today I caught another glimpse of the cycle moving:
soft feet unbound, finding their own lines away.
This is their turn to approach, prelapsarian,
their first June together among stone names. 188 more words

Poetry

Community Service: It's more than just a requirement

By Jessa Glassman ’20 and Jordan Murray ’20

The definition of community service is “voluntary work intended to help people in a particular area.” Over time, this definition has become less and less true because the way we think about community service is evolving. 566 more words

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Put the price in sight: Do students know what they pay for lunch?

By David Arkow ’20

Most people at movie theaters complain about how expensive the food is, but I never thought that would apply to a school cafeteria. 741 more words

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Left/Right/Center: The Wall Brawl

By Amelie Zilber ’20, David Arkow ’20, and Jessa Glassman ’20

Left

By Amelie Zilber ’20

As we head towards the beginning of a new presidency, pressing issues of our nation take hold. 1,438 more words

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