Category Archives: Poetry

Hibernation: Yes, Please!

At this point in the semester, I am more than ready for a long winter’s nap. If I were one of those giant gray squirrels that live in the oak trees on campus, I would be holed up in a … Continue reading

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An Evening of Poetry

Last evening, I shirked my homework duties and attended a poetry reading. The event was organized by my home chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, the international English Honor Society with a hilariously unfortunate acronym. About a dozen professors and students—including … Continue reading

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Obligatory Autumn

It just wouldn’t be fall without baggy knitted hipster sweaters, scarves and boots, orange-and-black Halloween décor, selfies in the leaves, pumpkin spice everything. Or would it? I guess it makes sense to respond to cooler weather with cozy clothes and … Continue reading

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