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The Crossings

The Intersection of Faith and Art.

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Non-Fiction

How I See Myself

By Hannah Mihut I’m fairly certain everyone has, at least once, been asked what their favorite physical feature is or what physical feature they notice first when introduced to someone new. Our sense of what we’re attracted to, what we... Continue Reading →

Jagged

By ZZ Kokonaing I know exactly what I’m going to do.  It all started that day behind our middle school, in those melancholy-grey asphalt bus lots that were half the size of a football stadium, the kind of bus lots... Continue Reading →

Winning is Never Enough

Michelle Moraitis The game was close. The clock was ticking down–twelve seconds, then eleven, ten. Dribbling down the court, I knew those precious seconds on the clock meant everything. Every decision I made from there on was crucial. The goal... Continue Reading →

Elaina Abbott ~ Personal Memoir

I was a senior in high school when I met some incredible people that I never would imagine I would ever meet. I met some people who are very different than me; people who live out in the middle of... Continue Reading →

Ashland: The Loss of Innocence

By Jo Hackett Honestly and regrettably, a hand connects to a boy’s face. No, two boys. They were reprimanded for God knows what. The hand, becoming more and more confident in its capabilities for violence, perhaps discipline, perhaps authority, connects... Continue Reading →

Something About Feeling Loved And Feeling Like A Failure

By Clair Prins I went to Detroit a couple summers back with my church youth group on a mission trip. Oneafternoon, I was hanging out with some other girls in our shared sleeping area and doing hennatattoos. We ended up... Continue Reading →

Hannah Mihut’s Mini Autobiographic

Lorenza Valla

By Everett Harbaugh Lorenzo Valla. Not exactly a household name, but relatively well known in certain circles. He’s most known for his work titled Treatise on the Donation of Constantine, a scathing criticism of The Donation of Constantine. This work... Continue Reading →

My Snowy Escape

By Michelle Moraitis Featured from a Literary Genres, Graphic Memoir class, FA'20.

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