World’s Largest Puzzle

by Chandini Antal Recently Kodak has come out with the largest puzzle on the market: The 27 Wonders from Around the World This puzzle has 53,100 pieces and runs for six hundred dollars. Not only does it have the most pieces it also is 28.5 feet by 6.25 feet. To put this into perspective the…

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untitled (a poem)

by Abby Coffey Sometimes I am jealous of my dog  Her lazy tongue and easiness to be pleased Oh, if only I could get as excited for bacon! The carefree wag of her tail, and perk of her ears I am jealous of how easily her greed is fed No need to have a purpose,…

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heart.burn (a poem)

by Jessica Chang This morning, I went to sleep under a purple sky and woke up yellow. I fell in love with the stars, fell in love with the way their cold light chilled my skin but burned on the way down, fell in love with their delicate golden hands, fell in love with the…

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TV Show Recommendations During Quarantine

Comedy: Brooklyn 99 (hulu)  New Girl (netflix)  Community (netflix)  Parks and Recreation (netflix) Schitt’s Creek (netflix)  Psych (amazon prime)  The Good Place (netflix/hulu) Drama:  Suits (netflix)  You (netflix)  The 100 (netflix)  On My Block (netflix)  Jack Ryan (amazon prime)  Glee (netflix)  Outer Banks (netflix) Throwbacks:  Suite Life (disney +)  Wizards of Waverly Place (disney +)…

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Recycling Is Not Enough

By Ella Van Niel Scrolling through instagram on Earth Day, I saw a lot of posts about the importance of recycling, turning off the faucet while you brush your teeth, and picking up trash. While these efforts to stop climate change are necessary, they are not enough. Climate change is not something that might happen…

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