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, […]

Contest

Not Guilty

In October, we held a fright fight contest to get in the mood for Halloween. Contestants were asked to submit a spooky, scary, or Halloween themed narrative of no more than 1000 words for a […]

Contest

“Unsound”

In October, we held a fright fight contest to get in the mood for Halloween. Contestants were asked to submit a spooky, scary, or Halloween themed narrative of no more than 1000 words for a […]

Creative Writing

Soppy Christmas

by Luke Cai A few months ago, I met one of my neighbors for the first and last time before they moved out. They decorated a tree and had a black cat. I couldn’t really figure […]

Creative Writing

Riley

By Luke Cai   For one and a half years, Randolph W. and Richard S. had lived together in a Lincoln Village apartment. They were 23 years old. Randolph worked two part-time jobs and Richard […]