Creative Writing

The Grinding Wheel

By Thomas Clark [5:33 p.m.] Operator seven guessed fewer than twenty minutes remained in his workday. This was ironic because he prided himself on exacting precision and this was something so important to him. He […]

Creative Writing

Handsome You

By Sarah Synk Sixteen I scrolled through my Facebook feed one rainy day during study hour. I looked at my “happy” self staring at the camera. Long red curly hair with bangs covering my eye, […]


Taxi Man, Five-Five

By: Megan Montgomery    It’s another Friday night in Worcester. Corporates, average Joes, and college kids become nighttime revilers, prowling the street for kicks. While most 9-5 workers have called it a day, Rammy’s has […]

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Creative Writing

Annals of a Yes Man

By Anthony Molta   It was around 3 p.m. when I realized what was happening. I couldn’t be sure, though; there wasn’t a single clock in that church. The organist was playing some loud, familiar […]