thirty under thirty, post-diploma
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Posted by Mary Margaret Healy on Aug 19, 2014
Posted by Matt & Laura Hubers on Aug 18, 2014
Posted by Geneva Langeland on Aug 17, 2014
Posted by Andrew Knot on Aug 16, 2014
Posted by Cassie Westrate on Aug 15, 2014
Aug 19, 2014 by Mary Margaret Healy
He did everything it took to get those photographs. If there was a particularly artistic patch of land that happened to have no bodies, he and his crew would move them into position before shooting.
Aug 18, 2014 by Matt & Laura Hubers
When the seniors put on a homecoming skit and dressed up as the various teachers, the kid playing me had a pocket full of twenty or thirty pens to throw around at random.
Aug 17, 2014 by Geneva Langeland
I sat back, dumbfounded, as these realizations came trickling in. I felt a little sheepish that it took so long for me to figure it out. God got a well-deserved slow clap.
Aug 16, 2014 by Andrew Knot
Later in the year, by then good friends, we learned that we had actually met much sooner, as naked toddlers in a bathtub. If I had known this earlier…
Aug 15, 2014 by Cassie Westrate
But if I’m being honest, I kind of hate the beach. If I must go to the beach in the summer, I prefer going before 9 a.m. or after 7 p.m. You know, with the runners or the couples.
Aug 14, 2014 by Will Montei
I’m 24. I’m old now. I have a bedtime. I pay for health insurance. I drink hot tea to prevent kidney stones. But these tickets were free, and I liked the group, so why not?
Aug 13, 2014 by Catherine Kramer
I knew it as soon as I saw it on the map with all the little pins. This was the worst. Kokomo, Indiana. It’s basically Pawnee without Leslie Knope there to keep it afloat.
Aug 12, 2014 by Abby Zwart
Reading what people would save and why is such an intimate peek into their lives that sometimes it even feels like prying. People bring photos of their wives and collars from dogs who have died.
Aug 11, 2014 by Elaine Schnabel
As a writer, I want to say I’m haunted by this question—why do we travel? In reality I’m not “haunted” by the why of travel so much as annoyed by its insistence on being answered.
Aug 10, 2014 by Katie Van Zanen
Though self-conscious in the great majority of situations, I am a dedicated wedding dancer, so even at more subdued nuptials, I feel a sense of commitment to the boogie.
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