Student Edition Spring 2014


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“Exam Week” by Bridget Stanton

Editor’s Note

Our featured artwork of this issue, Bridget Stanton’s “Exam Week,” well illustrates how I believe the terrain of my brain looked during this finals week and, well, most of the semester. A crazy external world has certainly led to an even crazier internal one; like the exploding colors in Stanton’s piece, I have felt the flurry, the frenzy building inside of me as I’ve tried to negotiate all of the challenges 2014 has already thrown my way. Read more – Laura Henning, Editor

Click here to see more student art from this edition.

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“Time with Grandpa” by Alexander McNutt


Wilted Roses – by Ann Bradley

Pandora’s Memory – by Lacey Caskin

EHC #04 and #29 – by Tyler Fieldhouse

Sunchaser – by Olivia Junghans


“Mahaly 1” by Aly Schaper


Atomic – by Kara Bell

Eros Turns His Back – by Ezra Blaize

Feeding Hour – by Ezra Blaize

For Walt – by Ezra Blaize

Spring – by Ezra Blaize

Yearbook – by Ezra Blaize

Wallowing in Our Ancestral Swamp – by Elizabeth Doolittle (Honorable Mention Contest Winner)

I Too Walked Small – by Katie Frazier (First Place Contest Winner)

Nude Nana on a Public Beach – by Terell Robinson

The Glass House – by Lauren Weber

Past Lives – by Lauren Weber


“Untitled (Reawakened)” by Maja Hydbom



Nine Square Meters – by Ksenia Panova



Self Reflective by Victoria Haviland

Thank You for Calling. Your Call Is Important to Us. – by Professor Stephen Kampa

The Man Becomes the Music – by Professor Stephen Kampa

The Gamble – by Managing Editor Courtney Clark

We Are Empty and Full of Everything – by Poetry Editor Arielle Corsetti

Betrayal – by Fiction Editor Glenna Hursh

Rain Observations – by Non-fiction Editor Kevin Ip

Undone – by Poetry Editor Nicole Zaunbrecher


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