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A cocky wizard

“I know what I’m doing,” she whispered to Kim.

Her friend raised an eyebrow, “sure you do,” she muttered.

“I do!” Chloe bellowed, picking up the wand with confidence. 108 more words

Short Stories

End of Winter Update!

Hello lovely readers! I wanted to have a little check in with you all!

The past week and a half, for nearly all of us on campus, was our first rough week of the semester. 335 more words

Travel

Friend, Teacher and Benefactor by daveynin

Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet, LL. D.
Born in Philadephia, December 10, 1787
Founded at Hartford the first school for the Deaf in America, 1817.
Died at Harford, September 10, 1851. 15 more words

Photography

Friend, Teacher and Benefactor by daveynin

Thomas Hopkins Gallaudet, LL. D.
Born in Philadephia, December 10, 1787
Founded at Hartford the first school for the Deaf in America, 1817.
Died at Harford, September 10, 1851. 15 more words

Photography

These teens aren't overly dramatic which gives a sweet romance

Room for Recovery by D.J. Jamison

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

3.5*

I don’t often read Young Adult, mostly because ‘teen drama’ is so long ago in my own past I find it exhausting to think about what I was like as an 18 and 19-year-old and don’t really want to consider it anymore! 164 more words

MM

Let's chill, Let's settle down

Warner University is a school that provides a building, best known as the Rigel Center. Students can register for classes, grab a bite to eat from the Cafe or the Student Union with the use of an I.D., as well as a place for one to just come and hang out with colleagues. 17 more words

Student Work

The Upside of Gutting it Out

“You seem to be disenchanted with life this morning.”

My mother’s words before church on Sunday perfectly captured what I had been feeling for the past week or so (and am still feeling as I write). 434 more words

Life