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Student Poetry:

March 5, 2014 The State Times 0

Untitled poetry by Gemma Pintofountainpen

my greatest fear is that i will wake up
and no longer be here.
instead,
in a box that he had wrapped me in
battles …

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Literature-ly Inspired

November 6, 2013 Melissa Rosman 0

Becca Longabucco- Staff Writer

When asked who their hero is most people probably select a relative, a close friend or perhaps an educator; someone who has made a positive, lasting …

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Book Recommendation

November 7, 2012 The State Times 0

Editor’s Pick

In hopes of attracting attention to the issue of global warming and the connection which it has to societal influences on people and corporations, Derrick Jensen and Stephanie …

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Editor’s Book Recommendations

October 17, 2012 The State Times 0

Editor’s Pick

Could you possibly imagine a world without books? What about a place where books are banned and getting caught reading calls for a trip to prison? Ray Bradbury …

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The Tao of Who? The Tao of Winnie the Pooh

September 5, 2012 Kate Koenig 0

Laura Nayibi Arias, Culture Editor

   “The Tao of Pooh” by Benjamin Hoff is a book widely known by philosophers for its coherent illustration of Taoist ethics through an exceptionally simple, …

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Sparks Returns with Another Great Romance

March 15, 2012 Kate Koenig 0

Jessica Moroz, Staff Writer

   What comes to mind when you think of Nicholas Sparks? Maybe “The Notebook,” “Dear John,” “A Walk to Remember” or even “The Last Song?” Besides these …

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“The Angel Esmeralda” Soars

February 28, 2012 Kate Koenig 0

Sam Spokony, Photo Editor

   When Thomas Pynchon released “Slow Learner” — a collection of five short stories published very early in his career — in 1984, it wasn’t just about …