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  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
    A big round of applause to Bridget for her article, “Bucket List.” I personally believe that everybody should have a list of outrageously dangerous things they want to accomplish before they pass on; people need to start living for themselves. I especially found your goal of “killing all the c...
  • Poetry > Free Verse
    Oh what a sad and cloudy morning the world have awaken to The clouds threaten the rebirth of the sun. And the birds refuses to celebrate the awaken of new promises and dreams. Oh what a dejected and cloudy morning the world have awaken to. As a dreamer reached for her viola and forgets the bow. ...
  • Hot Topics > Community Service
    What if they don’t like me? What if I say something to offend them? What if they can't understand my accent? These were the questions that violently danced in my head as we waited for the kids to arrive. My body was acting as though I had just ran a 10 miles race . My heart was poun...
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
    I felt an instant connection to Natasha Azevedo's article, “Alisha.” She wrote beautifully about her sister's voice that “seems to know everything, having the heavy velvet feeling of an ancient armchair.” As a kid, I used to listen to my grandparents, aunts, and uncles narrate folk tales tha...
  • Hot Topics > Letters to the Editor
    I am amazed by Josie's article, The Bus. It's a pragmatic poem that deals with contemporary problems that many teens face today. The pressure to fit in and the struggle to stay true to themselves. What really matters in the end is giving a helping hand to those who do not have to will powe...
  • Reviews > Book Reviews
    In Heart of Darkness, a novella, by Conrad, Marlow, the protagonists, welcomes the readers into his past by narrating his adventure to Africa. As the story begins, an anonymous passenger on Marlow’s ship gives the reader a brief understanding of the contemporary Marlow. As a child, Marlow was zea...
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