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bad habits

Posted on December 13th, 2016 by Madison Barlow

by Madison Barlow she asked me why i let my fingernails grow. aren’t you afraid they’re going to break? she inquired. why do you let them grow so? i said: i let them stretch out nice and long and pretty so a boy will find me beautiful. and then i continued even though she opened […]

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My Love of His Form

Posted on December 13th, 2016 by Mikayla Mislak

by Mikayla Mislak He looks like a baby bird. His shoulder blades push against his skin like they’re wings that are still growing. The knobs of his spine are a ladder in his back. I press my hands against the little lumps, climbing down the stepping stones in his back. I want to untie the […]

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Ithaca On Top

Posted on December 13th, 2016 by Jordan Aaron

Ithaca is a gorges place to raise your child into a crumbling system The hit liberal political website VOX released a list of the best towns in America to raise children into a crumbling system and Ithaca got number 1! They defined a crumbling system as one that is falling apart due to government inefficiency […]

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Children Without a Home

Posted on December 13th, 2016 by Alexa Salvato

Ithaca residents’ efforts to help homeless families Over her past four years at Ithaca College, senior Emma Grabek has encountered many homeless children in the Ithaca City School District. She recalled one powerful experience when doing fieldwork in a second-grade classroom at South Hill Elementary School in Ithaca, New York for an education course. “There […]

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Snapchat and Facebook and MySpace: Oh My!

Posted on December 13th, 2016 by Alexis Morillo

Older generations criticisms of millennials are increasingly unfounded It can be argued that millennials are the most criticized generation. More often than not, this criticism stems from the generation’s use, or overuse rather, of social media and the internet. Millennials are defined as those ages 18 to 34 in 2015, according to Pew Research Center, […]

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Child Sucks at Using Glue Sticks

Posted on December 13th, 2016 by Alexa Salvato

May also be a terrorist Dear Mr. and Mrs. Miller, We hope you and Kevin have enjoyed your first few months at Silver Springs Nursery School. As you saw from Kevin’s progress report, quantitatively, he is succeeding in almost all regards. He can count some things, he can pretty much hold a marker, and, on […]

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BuzzsexXx: Trojan House

Posted on December 13th, 2016 by Anonymous

By Anonymous It was senior year of high school and I was just learning about sex. My boyfriend at the time, Chris, and I were both extremely inexperienced. We had lost our virginities to each other, and were also both in the same health class in tenth grade where the lady who was supposed to […]

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Internship Insincerity

Posted on December 13th, 2016 by Evan Popp

The hypocrisy of ‘progressive’ but unpaid internships By Evan Popp & Celisa Calacal A little over $50 million. That’s how much revenue the Center for American Progress (CAP) reported for the year of 2014. 175 dollars. That’s the amount of money per week each of us received while working as full-time interns at CAP. When […]

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Golden Shoulders

Posted on December 13th, 2016 by Tatiana Jorio

Celebrities looked to as the carriers for social movements People often criticize celebrities for not using their status to discuss politics or important issues like women’s rights or gun violence, simultaneously criticizing them for the stances that they do take. Celebrities throw around phrases like, “I’m just a person,” “I’m just like you,” “I’m normal.” […]

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this love ain’t evol

Posted on December 13th, 2016 by Hakeem Anthony

by Hakeem Anthony “A profound love between two people involves, after all, the power and chance of doing profound hurt.” — Ursula K. Le Guin [fore]playing gta v Sky sat smiling in the seat in front of the TV, fingers pushing buttons here and there but mostly the left thumb was controlling the left analog […]

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