SCARS AND SPITE: How Academic Labels Shaped My Education by Haile...

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Among the various essays, poems, and works that I’ve written about my education,I try to assert myself as someone rational, as someone who acknowledges her disadvantages but has grown from the pain...

MEMOIRS by Drew Soliz

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Stress accumulates the more I get annoyed. The more I get annoyed the easier and more I get irritated. The next thing I know I find myself in sickness – a sickness...

ON THE STAIRS TO NOWHERE by Chris Arthur

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In the corridor outside my office, there’s a staircase that leads nowhere. In fact, there are two. One I think of as going up. It has ten steps before it meets a...

HEALTH CARE IN THE UNITED STATES by Nathan Bachand

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Have you ever been unable to pay a medical bill? Or perhaps you had to sacrifice something to get enough money to pay. Many people in recent years have been debating the...

THE NUMBERS GAME by Will Maguire

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An old friend, a bond salesman, called me in Nashville that morning from the 68th floor of a high-rise in Lower Manhattan.He described the second jet, low and fast. His voice shook....

THE SHARPENING OF A KNIFE by Christy Bailey

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Decay perhaps, or maybe erosion is a better word. The wearing away of outer layers. The gristle at the center exposed. We’re not talking about lovely river rocks, smooth and bulbous. Their...

ACROSS TOWNS: A Meditation on Transit by Toti O’Brien

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In my mother tongue, the word city (città) is feminine. That is true for my second language as well. Ville is also feminine. This is of little relevance in the present day,...