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Easter Surprise

Easter Surprise

Megan Howard, Contributing Writer

May 7, 2020

As a child the Easter Bunny was my one true love – the giver of all things chocolate. He was tall, with cream fur and a pastel bow tie. Easter morning I would run to the living room and look to see what I received. As I became older, the Easter bunny stopped bringing me gifts and my first love had ...

Language Barrier

Language Barrier

Su Ertekin-Taner, Online Editor

May 7, 2020

The buses in Turkey do not think when they move. Upon entry, passengers secure a seat, hang on to the poles, or hit the floor. Those young would always waive their seats to the elderly. I don’t remember a time when I sat down during a bus ride. I enjoyed them anyway. Standing for 20 minutes on...

Those Leather Shoes

Those Leather Shoes

Tucker Sharp, Contributing Writer

May 7, 2020

Dear Diary: Around 2005, I found myself a 1-year-old entering a coffee shop on a street corner in Brooklyn. At the time, I was primarily interested in cleaning everything in my surroundings with a little white rag provided to me by my mother. About 30 inches tall, there was not much in my focal point f...

Slaps

Slaps

Camden Pao, Contributing Writer

May 7, 2020

Dear Diary, I went to Universal Studios for a school trip. It was at night and the park was only open to some schools. In other words, the park was full of preteens with complete freedom.We all got meal tickets usable at any restaurant, as long as we used them before 10pm. At 9:50pm, with now...

Childhood Nostalgia

Childhood Nostalgia

Ian Peiris, Design Editor

May 7, 2020

As a kid, one of the things I loved about our big driveway was that it was long (300 ft in length) and there was a giant hill from the front of the house to our gate further down. I would always ride my scooter down the hill, as I loved the feeling of the wind brushing up against my hair. But as I got...