By Mariela Maroto There was fire in her eyes And water on her cheeks She has never felt so helpless So powerless, so weak The world was falling And the only thing she could do was stare Stare at the destruction At the inevitable fall of the universe itself There was fire in … Continue reading She
By Subhav Kapoor in response to Writing Prompt- Week 5 A tale of hope, a tale of sorrow, a tale of love. Welcome to the tale of life where love is hard to find, where money counts, but only for a certain period of time; where hate can emerge from friendships. As children, we would … Continue reading Life- with regrets or without?
Is high school even high school without at least one fight breaking out in the middle of the quad once a week? I try my best not be drawn into such fights but I don’t get my way all the time. In fact I’m glad I got involved in this fight because if I … Continue reading Active Bystanders- Scenario 1
When my friend texted me that Stan Lee had passed away today, I thought he was kidding. Sure, he was 95 years old. But he can't actually be dead, right? Right? Wrong. One Google search proved my worst fears right. He had passed away. But he had left the world a far better place. He … Continue reading A Tribute to Stan Lee
My first month at Juniata College went by in a whirlwind. I guess time flies when you’re having fun. Yet, ironically, I feel like I’ve been here forever. It feels like home. Which, to me, is even more surprising as I come from a whole different country. Juniata’s campus with its rolling green lawns and … Continue reading The small things