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By Madeline Lunzer (Communications, English)

Elevator Moans

By Meghan Laengle (Nursing)

Tick Tick Tick Does the trick The safety Unclicks Turn your sweet legs Kneel before me Swift Let me unfasten The grip That holds your sweet Breasts Caress Your clothespinned lips To hold back the pitc...

Strangers Again

By Lily Kline (Communication Studies)

Your snow puddles still on the floor, I knew you. My home’s favorite decoration. As everyday as the old bump of paint on my bathroom door. It looks like a smiling moon. Your familiarity dissolve...

My True Being

By Kayla Lobermeier (English, Creative Writing)

As I lay here and think of you, the swelling breeze seeps into the opened window and once again I am in defeat to my wandering mind. When the air pricks my skin I wish you were here, draped over my bo...

A World Afar

By Will Seward (Nursing, Creative Writing)

How I ponder For it not so far A world without wonder And filled with tar For in the darkness There is a light That shines with happiness At the cost of a fight Not one of fists Nor one of gore But ag...

Reminiscing

By Ivy Aurora (Psychology)

you with your eyes and hair hands, cheeks and smile, short and skinny miniature human well, you’re not short, you’re fun sized! everyone else is just tall every inch radiating and glowing with war...

Fishing Well

By Katherine Reiter (Computer Science)

“Well THAT’S new.” There was a well up ahead on the road to Warlock’s Den.  Or just the base, Paula noticed: a cylinder of rocks with no rope or bucket.  Odd, especially sinc...

Before the Flood Review

By John Wilk (Political Science, Economics)

Leonardo DiCaprio begins Before the Flood explaining a picture that he used to look at as a boy, depicting the beginning, flourishing, and fall of man. When I began watching this documentary, I went i...