thirty under thirty, post-diploma
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Dec 10, 2013 by David Greendonner
We walked a few blocks from the museum to find food (unreasonably passing on a café whose window quoted Jay Gatsby: “Well, he’s no use to us if Detroit is his idea of a small town. . . .”).
Dec 9, 2013 by Bart Tocci
The film, Hunger Games: Catching Fire, followed the book decently, but they added a brilliant (Read: horribly irritating) element: excessive screaming.
Dec 8, 2013 by Nard Choi
Nevertheless, I changed my parents’ lives in many ways—big and small, but mostly big—ways I never intended to or was even aware of until I was older.
Dec 7, 2013 by Caroline Higgins
There is a freedom to being a child that I will never experience again. There is a freedom in being aware of time but not fearing it. There is freedom to not feeling guilty about doing nothing.
Dec 6, 2013 by Josh deLacy
Normally, I hate lying. I prefer honesty and the rewards and consequences that come with it. But I was loving this kind of deception.
Dec 5, 2013 by Alissa Goudswaard
I love the way Advent meshes with the changing seasons in my Northern-Hemisphere home. The air takes on a crisp chill and the scent of snow. Dark comes early and the nights are the longest of the year.
Dec 4, 2013 by Annie Williams
But Death, as in the narrator of The Book Thief, would not enjoy such a tune, at all. Cancer, cancer I hate. Death, the narrator, I love. Death the narrator is comforting, pleasant, desirable.
Dec 3, 2013 by Sabrina Lee
What could be more beautiful, I thought, than to break bread with the person who almost ran you over? The wolf will live with the lamb, and a little child will lead them.
Dec 2, 2013 by Jacob Schepers
A sample list of my previous collections, presented chronologically: heads of Lego people, Beanie Babies, wristbands and tie-dye t-shirts, and music CDs (and books are a given, right?).
Dec 1, 2013 by Amy Allen
And she’s a whole lot better at waiting—or, at least, at proclaiming what she’s waiting for and what she expects. I try to drown out the world. She tries to make it see.
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