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At a Bus Stop in the Rain

Published by Matthew Griffin
The rain falls in sheets, blowing into the doorway where I have taken shelter. My walk around Zemun, a suburb …
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“Whoa, Mama!”

Published by John Markis
For the longest time, I wanted to be Johnny Bravo.   If you were not fortunate enough to grow up …
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A marble tomb in the middle of a large room that looks slightly like a greenhouse: a sloped glass ceiling with a clear blue, late-afternoon sky above. The floor is marble as well and there are green bushes and leafy plants around the tomb. The back wall is glass and, past some trees, the city of Belgrade is barely visible.

Two Vignettes from the Same Day

Published by Matthew Griffin
The scene by the marble tomb was too quiet, too peaceful. Outside the late-afternoon sun burnished the trees and tall …
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Zemun, a municipality of Belgrade

Strangeness and Familiarity

Published by Carter Teng
The progression of my homesickness was alarming. I had been in Belgrade for less than two weeks when I changed …
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Graffiti in Belgrade

Being artsy in a region of conflicts

Published by Heather Zhou
Although “Belgrade” in the local language (Beo-Grad) means “white city”, you can not walk on the streets without noticing the …
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Hungary’s War on Human Rights

Published by Dillon Leovic
“The police grabbed the first man they saw. They grabbed him and started beating him with their batons. There was …
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South Serbia in June

Published by J.J. Moncus '19
The Hills hold much to be discovered red tile roofs poke up from trees in the valleys a lone train …
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