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Peeks

Peeks

She fell from a cloud, and awoke in a crater. A boulder lay buried beside her. It had cracks and edges. The kind that cuts. This rock had minerals lined in it. Veins that ran through and glistened when the moonlight hit. A glowing black and blue bruise that pulsates and aches. Her eyes caught […]

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Student Artiste Caroline Marolda: Dancer

Student Artiste Caroline Marolda: Dancer

What made you decide to be a Dance major in the first place?By the time I had to decide on a college to attend, I had been taking dance classes for over a decade. Dance has always played a big part in my life and has a significant role in how I identify myself (I’m a […]

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In a Time When Tigers Vape

In a Time When Tigers Vape

As a writer, I am extremely fascinated with storytelling. Storytelling is one of the oldest parts of human life and has probably existed as long as language has. Since its inceptions, people have evolved this art in many ways including all different kinds of media and mechanics. For example, in Korean folklore, stories used to […]

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UNCC’s Spring Concert 2019

UNCC’s Spring Concert 2019

For the audience, the show starts when the dancers show up on the stage and the music starts, and ends when the dancers leave and the music stops. For us, she show starts a little earlier than that. The first moments are similar to meditation. I sit in front of the mirror just taking the […]

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Us (2019) Review

Us (2019) Review

Alright so admittedly, this is not the movie review I was supposed to be doing. I was supposed to be picking back up my Scribbly on Ghibli that I started and did not finish last year, but unfortunately, I was unable to find the time in my schedule to watch the movie I had planned. […]

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Permanence

Permanence

The smell of salt still lingers. It is almost too dark to see. Dip your hands in bioluminescence. Swirl your fingers in the water. Dye your nails and bathe in the glow. Let the droplets coalesce on skin. Smooth contact. Touch me. Start at the eyes. end at the neck. Wait don’t forget the lips. […]

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Daisy Jones and the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Daisy Jones and the Six by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Rock ‘n’ Roll becomes as such when the people involved is just as unstable, volatile, emotional, and raging as the music. Then again, you have nothing to let go onstage if you are holding nothing in offstage. Daisy Jones, neglected by entertainment professionals from an early age, spends her adolescence singing at clubs, sleeping with […]

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Make Lemonade

Make Lemonade

On Valentine’s Day 2018, a kid walked into Marjory Stoneman Douglas and killed 17 people. Six weeks later, kids across the country participated in protests all across the United States in support of gun control.  Why did I feel the need to start with a political diatribe today? Because I needed to establish that today […]

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The Permanence of Longing

The Permanence of Longing

Being stranded on a deserted island. Where the only source of food is coconuts and fish. Day after day sinking my teeth into cooked and raw unknown fish; hoping that none of them are the poisonous kind. I have no idea how to build shelter. So I pile leaves and sticks together until it holds […]

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Pressure

Pressure

life  is  like  a  box  that gradually  gets  smaller inside              of the box lies         me       a pebble as  the           box shrinks the  pressure erodes the  sediment   eventually—  the pebble breaks apart 

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