Contributor Biographies

Lily Braden: Lily Braden is a junior studying English Education in the College of Arts and Sciences and the School of Education. She was born and raised in Portland, Oregon. Lily is passionate about educating her peers on mental health, planning OAD events, and working with first-year students. Kate Brennan: Kate Brennan was born and […]

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Isolated Power

By Zoe Glasser

I lean my head back against the tree and look up at the darkening sky. I think about whatever I want. I don’t miss Evelyn. I don’t miss anyone.

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Spitballin’ Here

By Nina Piazza

As a Dungeon Master, you have all the control in the world, and yet you have none at all.

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Chasing Lizards

By Molly Matheson

I never knew color like that could exist in the dusty browns and greens of the Colorado foothills.

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Sorry

By Tessa Pulgar

I feel like one touch would send her crumbling into dust, leaving me with nothing but regret and an ache for my grandma.

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10 Mirrors

By Sophia Moore

La Raza doesn’t judge because of blood.

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Lola

By Tessa Pulgar

How could someone I look so similar to be so different from me?

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Enough

By Alyssa Gregg

How does one find clarity after loss? Does it even help?

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The Syracuse You Speak Of Does Not Exist

“The single story creates stereotypes, and the problem with stereotypes is not that they are untrue, but that they are incomplete. They make one story become the only story.”

— Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

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