Trash Can

By: Sue Roy I sit just a few feet from the corner- I really don’t want to be more secluded than I already am. I’m a robot-like figure, easily taken apart. I am decapitated once a day-7 days a week as the kind-yet rushed staff workers take out the trash I hold within myself. I... Continue Reading →

My Mom’s Shoes  

By: Sue Roy There are almost like Keds, Size 8.5, Just like my sister and I, Practical, sneaker-like, flat. My mom is like that, Practical and always thinking, Always moving, always loving. Her loving side is shown by the Little T-Shaped Buckle on the top, Which is how she is. They’re comfortable and warm, Just... Continue Reading →

The Mystery of Flight MH 370

By Sue Roy On March 8th, Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 took off from Kuala Lumpur International Airport to Beijing, China. A normal flight suddenly turned into arguably one the biggest mysteries of the century as the flight disappeared an hour after takeoff. Now a month later, the flight is still missing and its story a... Continue Reading →

Sochi Winter Olympics Recap

By Sue Roy Every four years, the world is treated to the global sporting event of the Olympics. Countries all over the world, part of the International Olympic Committee, come together at a predetermined location to showcase the greatest athletes in their respective sports, which include alpine skiing, biathlon, bobsled, cross country skiing, curling, figure... Continue Reading →

The Ivy Effect (Part I)

By Sue Roy Shortly after entering high school, you can be sure that you will be asked the following question: “So what college are you planning on going to”? A half-response is typically generated and then the adult continues to pester you with another question: “Are you looking at any Ivys”?You will then inadvertently groan... Continue Reading →

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