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Ella: Fighting to Save a Few

Any life spanning seven decades is bound to have its share of twists, turns, and dreams deferred–maybe some that are never realized at all. After I had been meeting for months with Ella, a petite and loquacious seventy-two-year-old woman, she told me, “You know, I didn’t really want all this stuff to be like this. 2,063 more words

Race

Nonfiction from Toti O'Brien

The Night

A CLEAR UNDERSTANDING of “syncopation” takes two cheap alarm clocks—those I get at the nearby dollar store. Two: one on my bed stand (I keep it close in spite of the noise, it soothes me), one in the adjacent living room. 667 more words

Published Work

Olentangy teacher is convicted of sexual assault

On January 20, 2016, the Michael Rausenberg case was presented in front a jury and judge. The trial lasted four days, and by the end, Rausenberg was found guilty of 41 out of the 42 charges that he was accused of. 1,137 more words

Olentangy teacher convicted of sexual assault

On January 20, 2016, the Michael Rausenberg case was presented in front a jury and judge. The trial lasted four days, and by the end, Rausenberg was found guilty of 41 out of the 42 charges that he was accused of. 1,088 more words

Issue 6

Poetry from Meggie Royer

Like Mother, Like Daughter

Autumn, and your mother’s hands are starting to change again,
salmon in the backyard creek reversing course.
In this life the two of you are leaning… 160 more words

Published Work

The Trump Card

A Note To The Reader:

This is a satirical article.

Any resemblance to any person alive or not, from BITS- Pilani Hyderabad Campus, is completely unintentional. 1,422 more words

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How College Should Have Ended

I woke up in complete darkness. Tugging at my collar so it doesn’t stick to my sweat drenched back, I sleepily climbed out of bed in a cold sweat. 681 more words

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