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Archives for the month of May 2018

  • Freed from EDFlorencia Vallejo •May 2, 2018

    In eating disorders, what seems like order can but anything but.

  • Mouth Shut, Mind ShoutingPamela Vaccariello •May 2, 2018

    The entropy of anxiety and speaking (poem).

  • Learning to MeltCheyenne Skurczak •May 2, 2018

    Why I got a tattoo.

  • Unscheduled EntropyIgnacio Perezmontemayor Cruz•May 2, 2018

    Entropy reminds us to keep our personal expectations grounded in reality.

  • Exponential FunctionJi Won Jeong•May 2, 2018

    The unreachable horizontal line that time runs after.

  • The BattleSofia De Santis •May 1, 2018

    When the mirror gives us a distorted image of ourselves (poem).

  • Two Bright StarsIgnacio Perezmontemayor Cruz •May 1, 2018

    A man struggling with entropy in his marriage goes out to look at the night sky.

  • What Would I Do Without Social Media (For Two Weeks)?Andrew Katz •May 1, 2018

    A group of students voluntarily experiment with a two-week social media blackout. Disorder ensures, and new order emerges.

  • She Is . . .Florencia Vallejo •May 1, 2018

    Writing a short author bio turns into a complex exercise.  

  • Not AloneFlorencia Vallejo •May 1, 2018

    No one manages entropy by themselves: a personal reflection.

  • WildflowersShaela Vilar-Oliveira•May 1, 2018

    What we call a weed depends on our point of view (poem).

  • StarĂ© MestoShaela Vilar-Oliveira •May 1, 2018

    The Old Town is a hub of entropy and secrets.

  • NostalgiaSofia De Santis •May 1, 2018

    The entropy of climate changes gives nostalgia a new meaning (poem).

  • IntoxicationShaela Vilar-Oliveira•May 1, 2018

    There is more than one way to write a poem––Word Deck series.

  • Running WaterAtalina Popov•May 1, 2018

    Flowing out into the entropy of the unknown (poem).

  • DarknessXavier Landy•May 1, 2018

    Vision isn’t always 20/20.

  • The Burning of ConstellationsJosephine Kefallinos •May 1, 2018

    Love can be all-consuming.

  • Blank PaperJi Won Jeong•May 1, 2018

    The process of writing is rife with entropy.

  • Don’t Forget. Write It Down.Gillian Richards•May 1, 2018

    A pantoum about memory loss (poem).