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Theater Plays: Gone "Like a Puff of Smoke"

“Someone touched me while I was on the moving train, and I got a concussion and broken nose,” recalled CUC senior, Morgan Schussler-Williams from a scene in one of her previous plays. 632 more words

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The ideas I share through my writing are authentic, not rehashed from commentary I’ve read. In fact I’m not much of a reader. I simply watch thoughts passing through my gaze, then pluck the most interesting and transcribe them here. 191 more words


Sustaining Churches and Cathedrals

Churches need active communities otherwise they die. It’s not rocket science but it does seem to need restating. I have now seen three versions of Simon Jenkins’ current thoughts on church buildings in as many days. 466 more words


08 Oct 2016

But festivals remind us, reassure us that in the end, good will always vanquish evil just as light destroys the dark. Revalidates our faith in the overall social construct. 98 more words


Bournemouth Marathon: A Spectator's View

This weekend I visited Bournemouth to support a friend as he ran the Bournemouth Marathon.

I spent 4 years at Bournemouth University studying for my degree and loved my time there. 926 more words

Persuasive Passenger

If I define myself by this body and its actions, then I’m apt to get upset or offended. For instance, if something happens to this body then I’ll likely lament the injury, wishing it never happened as I linger in pain. 198 more words


SPECTATOR: The Man Who Triumphed Over Project Fear

‘There was never a consensus among economists that Britain should stay in the European Union,’ insists Professor Patrick Minford. ‘That was always rubbish.’

During the heat of the referendum campaign, Chancellor George Osborne asserted it was ‘economically illiterate’ to back Leave. 996 more words

Liam Halligan