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A COVID-19 poem

Published by Victoria McReynolds
staring through a computer screen eyes straining videos buffering pets barking and meowing   pressing the mute button then clicking …
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A Hike Left Unfinished

Published by Nimish Garg
Whenever I go for a hike, I expect magnificent top-of-the-hill views, dreadfully sore legs, and multiple empty water bottles. As …
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Bursting My Bubbles

Published by Nini Lam
I am a compartmentalizer. To cope with the daily stressors of being a young adult and the anxieties commonplace with …
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two adult albatrosses

Confidence in Kauai

Published by Dana Adcock
  These are albatrosses. Throughout the summer, several have been spotted outside of our house. I have observed that these …
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Bursting My Bubbles

Published by Nini Lam
I am a compartmentalizer. To cope with the daily stressors of being a young adult and the anxieties commonplace with …
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An Ode to Weedwacking

Published by Ashley Rosen
Cut hands Bruised calves Aching shoulders Sweat filled eyes Grass coated skin   The scent of mixed gasoline permeates the …
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New Orleans – Week 1

Published by Michael Pupi
Greetings! My name is Michael Pupi and I am a rising junior studying chemistry and participating in the New Orleans …
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Crossing the Line

Published by Kaitlyn Boncaro
Never have I ever felt more vulnerable yet self-assured, crossing the line with guilt yet setting an example for the …
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sunset over han river

Week 8: Until We Meet Again…

Published by Melody Hong
Wow, I’m already on the last legs of my South Korea experience…. It’s a little surreal to imagine. Two months …
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