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The Imitation Game

The Imitation Game

February 18, 2015

Photo of the week

Photo of the week

February 17, 2015

Ch2. Battle I Heaven vs Hell: The Journey

By TJ Barney, Assistant EIC/ Web Master

February 17, 2015

Filed under 2014 - 2015, Archives, Campus Life, Content of the Week

Look below, do not fall Pull them down, destroy all Show your light Burn their might. Rise against the darkness beneath Lower the shine for there is no sheath Show the path from here to high Heaven Crush thy souls to the...

Lincoln Gallery

Lincoln Gallery

February 12, 2015

Give-a-kid-a-smile

Give-a-kid-a-smile

February 11, 2015

Poem of the week: Ch. I The Beginning

By TJ Barney, Assistant EIC/ Web Master

February 9, 2015

Filed under 2014 - 2015, Archives, Campus Life, Content of the Week

His blade drips The battle won? For now see The show unfold When you read This old tale. Above the rest A warrior stands Cold as fire In beauty unseen. Among the light A dark sea Forged thy weapon To protect all. Who...

The 4 Seas of the 7 Elements and 2 Bridges

By TJ Barney, Assistant EIC/ Web Master

January 26, 2015

Filed under 2014 - 2015, Archives, Campus Life, Content of the Week

-This poem is also a riddle.  The answer is below the poem. 1 North burns the way. 1-1 The power so rash in blaze of glory 1-2 Dark is viewed though light shine through 1-3 Color spread wild behold the eye 1-4 So breat...

Poem of the week: In and out

By Kristina Irizarry, Contributor

January 19, 2015

Filed under 2014 - 2015, Archives, Campus Life, Content of the Week

In and out of hospitals. Never knowing what to say or do. I was scared. Wouldn"t anyone else be to? Never wanting anyone near or close. Not realzing until now. It was others I needed the most.

Fight to Time

By TJ Barney, Assistant EIC/ Web Master

January 13, 2015

Filed under 2014 - 2015, Archives, Campus Life, Content of the Week

The blades cross like an erupting volcanoe Sparks fly from clashing steel. He looks down upon his chest To see the reflection of life. A story to tell, a soul so young For the past is set forth. On his knee but eye to eye Now...