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Sore Thumbs by Sterling Anderson
Sore Thumbs by Sterling Anderson   “I need my Gameboy back.” Mike said, his gaze darting to the other boys eyes then back at the front of the class. He didn’t like to look people in the eye for too long. It made him nervous, sometimes because he didn't want...
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John the Baptist by Ben Bigelow
John the Baptist by Ben Bigelow  John had never considered himself a very interesting person. Not that he thought he was boring, exactly, but he had noticed that people weren't flocking to be around him. Not like Franco, the Spanish exchange student who had...
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Perfection: No Other Option by Brianna Baker
Perfection: No Other Option by Brianna Baker   The 1960’s were years filled with wars, conflicts, social and political movements, along with road-paving technological advancements which have led to the future technologies we know today. The first satellites...
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Dawn Branchaeu: Legacy Lives On by Sierra Donnelly
Dawn Branchaeu: Legacy Lives On by Sierra Donnelly It is 9:00pm
in Orlando, Florida. Dawn Branchaeu glides through the water with extreme
precision.   Her partner; the largest
killer whale held in captivity, launches her in the air and assists her in a
perf...
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The Mind Game by Sierra Tarr
The Mind Game by Sierra Tarr Even
after 6 months, Kendra's depression still wasn't getting better.   If anything, it was getting worse. She had
become extremely solitary these past few months, slipped further and further
out of reach. Connor was running out...
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The Value of Meaning and Purpose by Dylan Dusoe
 The Value of Meaning and Purpose by Dylan Dusoe  This is an interview conducted by me, Dylan Dusoe. On Dr. Michael E. Dusoe and his experience with medicated assisted treatment for clients struggling with addiction and alcoholism. Dr. Dusoe has been in the...
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Why So Serious? by Aubrey Nielsen
Why So Serious? by Aubrey Nielsen   It is 3:30 am. Most people are fast asleep comfortably in their beds. A man not like most is awake, alone in a hotel room where he has spent several days by himself. Pacing back and forth. Comic books scattered all over t...
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That Kind of Forgiveness is of God by Erick Quiñonez
That Kind of Forgiveness is of God by Erick Quiñonez   An estimated crowd of 500 excited spectators all gathered together in front of Florida’s Starke Prison to cheer on and celebrate the long awaited execution, by electric chair, of the infamous Theodore R...
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Never Had To Ask by Jessica Judd
Never Had To Ask by Jessica Judd The music was deafening. I could feel the bass rumble through the ground, rattle up my ankles, and resonate in my chest. The blistering July sun caused sweat to gather at my hairline, and I had been baked a rosy shade of pin...
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Heaven always feels white by Berkeley Battle
Heaven always feels white by Berkeley Battle  To me, the doctor had a curious look on his face. My mother probably didn’t even notice. She wasn’t curious about other people, didn’t notice other ideas outside her own. She might have even forgotten why we wer...
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