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That first meal in Paris was for a long time one of the few completely reliable pleasures for an American in Europe. ‘It was the green beens,’ a hardened New Yorker recalled not long ago, remembering his first meal in Paris, back in the late forties.

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(Vol. 55) Fraternity of the Different (Ch. 6) “THE GREAT DEBATE: The Monkees Vs. The Beatles!”

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As an acolyte from THE FRATERNITY OF THE DIFFERENT, Kevin went to Mexico for the first time, discovering that there was a whole lot more in heaven and earth than was dreamt of in his philosophy! 1,114 more words

Autobiography

Boat


Location- Lakeside, Pokhara

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Nature

Your Word

You told me once
how your regrets
climbed your shoulders,
trapped your feet
in hardening cement.

You spun apologies into lace,
promised to never forget… 136 more words

Poetry

The Perfect Hollow

Italo Calvino’s Invisible Cities has a lot to do with the play of memory. The most recent Integrative Seminar assignment was to select a city and become a part its of the narrative. 403 more words

Integrative Seminar

Memory

I strongly believe that memory is the reason we are who we are. It’s one of those things that is given very little importance and credit for all that it means and does for us. 504 more words

Integrative Seminar

Graduation Letters


I’ve always found myself obsessed with writing utensils and notebooks. I love the way it feels to write things out by hand. And Every time I take notes in class I see it as an opportunity to improve my handwriting. 155 more words

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