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Infectious

By: Emily Oliver You call it love but I call it that disease that racks the entire being, an incubation period of how long it takes eyes to meet. Then the symptoms begin to kick in. At first just a... Continue Reading →

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Birth of a Memory Theorist

By Bryce Yoder Avery didn’t remember passing out. He didn’t remember losing consciousness or where he was when he did. When Avery woke up in a small office, he couldn’t really remember anything. He knew his name. His mom’s name... Continue Reading →

Photo Collection by Grace Hilty

This photo collection is inspired by Lily Briscoe, a character from Virginia Woolf's novel To the Lighthouse. Through these photos, my goal was to capture how I perceived Lily's character. Lily Briscoe is a talented artist, who uses creativity in... Continue Reading →

No Longer Ignorant

By Lucas Mooiboroek "for in Christ Jesus, you are all sons of God, through faith. For as many of you as were baptized into Christ have put on Christ. There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither slave nor free, there is... Continue Reading →

The Garden

By Sarah Lohroff Don’t come too close, you’ll be standing in his spot You’ll trample the roses and marigolds I’ve planted with careful thought Watered with tears of conviction and unyielding self-control They stand a little taller with each passing... Continue Reading →

Lisa See’s The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane – Jamie Mast

The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane by Lisa See, Scribner, 2017. $27, 364 pages The Tea Girl of Hummingbird Lane, by Lisa See, focuses on the life of a Chinese girl from a remote tea village. Li-yan is part of... Continue Reading →

A Review of Ill Will by Dan Chaon – Emily Oliver

  Dan Chaon’s Ill Will is not your traditional “whodunnit” murder mystery. The action of the plot follows two separate investigations that consume the life of psychologist Dustin Tillman. The first is a childhood trauma, specifically the murder of his... Continue Reading →

John Green. Turtles All the Way Down. Dutton Books. – Kayla Rundquist

John Green really knows how to make t-shirts. No, the acclaimed author has not suddenly become involved in the textile industry, nor has he received a degree in graphic design. However, his novels are a cache of short, quotable moments,... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Jordan Peterson’s Twelve Rules for Life – Aaron Elias

Jordan Peterson’s Twelve Rules for Life Jordan Peterson the author of Twelve Rules for Life is a University of Toronto Professor, former Harvard Lecturer, and seasoned clinical psychologist. He has recently been at the forefront of several controversies in Canada... Continue Reading →

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