thirty under thirty, post-diploma
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Mar 5, 2015 by Alissa Anderson
The one group I did join pretty quickly was the Guild of Chimers, which is possibly the lowest-commitment group on campus.
Mar 4, 2015 by Ben Rietema
Sometimes there is nothing better than being outside; sometimes I would pay anything to escape.
Mar 3, 2015 by Sabrina Lee
When we talk about the “real world,” we implicitly negate either our neighbor’s reality or our own. We fail to recognize that life is hard for everyone.
Mar 2, 2015 by Jacob Schepers
I won’t give away The Room’s plot (what little there is of one). I want to champion the film as an exemplar of side-splittingly cringe-worthy, schadenfreude-propelled group viewing.
Mar 1, 2015 by Amy Allen
Benedictines read the psalms every day, and it’s through these outpourings of emotion that Norris finds a version of religion that resonates with her wordsmith identity
Feb 28, 2015 by Bekah Williamson
We pursue any available detour, texting, Snapchatting, Netflixing, to avoid the work of attention. It is slowly robbing us of joy, of that mysterious dimension.
Feb 27, 2015 by Brad Zwiers
The advance of modern science has also shaped our sensibilities in such a way that we don’t have room for mystery or a reality infused with another reality.
Feb 26, 2015 by Griffin Jackson
It’s this inertia that, very possibly, will find us waking up in ten years in a job we never really planned on, thinking, How did I get here? This was supposed to be for the summer.
Feb 25, 2015 by Greg Kim
In a strange twist of fate, English has now become my first language, and I’m trying to bring my Korean up to a similarly fluent level.
Feb 24, 2015 by Lauren Boersma
Maybe that’s what I don’t like about the word “obligation.” It implies requirement. I have to do it. And that doesn’t seem very loving to me.
Contributor Bethany Tap was recently published in Sleet Magazine. You can read her short story here.
Contributor Jacob Schepers has just published his first book of poetry, A Bundle of Careful Compromises, available on Amazon.
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