Tag Archives: Fall 2011
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Meltdown

Meltdown By Nikkita McPherson ’13 T i g h t l y molded    for     the liking of them. Melting    against     brick walls Carved   cement,    yearning for      imprints      of     roots evergreen. Trucks    enter    into    canals    of darkness, Massaging vessels of graciousness Being     engulfed      by       patient, overwhelming, welcomed    power. […]

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Pierce

Pierce by Shermaine Waugh ’13 A boy named Andy pierced me first. 15 and hands shaking, pale cheeks flushed with color – he looked to me for reassurance before ever touching skin. Fingertips kissed my tummy – roamed over deep, feminine curves neither one of us were used to. I remember his whimpers… like a […]

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Are You Like Me?

Are You Like Me By Robert Esnard ’14 Are you like me? Do you like the fall? I love the word fall Because where I grew up fall fell from the heavens In colors on the trees that were cemented in a row To line the sidewalk as I would go On my walk home […]

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Beauty

Beauty by Joan Leslie ’12 *click to enlarge

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Craig Watkins: Revolutionizing the Justice System through DNA Exoneration

Craig Watkins: Revolutionizing the Justice System through DNA Exoneration By Jordan Terry John F. Kennedy asserted in Profiles in Courage: “A man does what he must – in spite of personal consequences, in spite of obstacles and dangers and pressures – and that is the basis of all morality” (Kennedy, 1956, p.266). In a legal […]

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Ignorance

Ignorance by DaVeon Smith ’15 Ignorance, Ignorance, Ignorance Life is a blur Just trying to find your way Throughout this blindness Layered with gray Helpful Hindrance, Lies as low Trying to fulfill my dreams In my hand is the future, I’m told If life is what you make it I’ll make it in my mold […]

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Why Am I Still Troy Davis?

Why Am I Still Troy Davis? Michelle Domingue ’12 On September 21, 2011 at 11:08 p.m., Troy Davis’ veins pleaded guilty to a crime suffocated by reasonable doubt. As I stared blankly at the television in Morehouse College’s student center with tears welling in my eyes and fire consuming my once content spirit, I thought […]

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