Stories

A passion for the circus leads to a new student organization—and an unusual career plan.    by Amy Cohen '08

As a kid, I loved nothing more than climbing trees. Over the years my parents made many attempts to focus my primate activity into something a bit more organized—dance, gymnastics, rock climbing. ...

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Enter Your Work in Our 2008 Art and Literary Contest

Please read these submission guidelines carefully; if you do not follow them, we will not consider your submission!

Enter your best work for publication in IC(Point of)View’s first juried issue, which ...

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To become good writers — or even good citizens — students must first learn to question and explore issues fully.

Those who have never taught expository writing — which I consider the most challenging subject to teach — might assume that writing teachers require students to purchase a basic grammar primer ...

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How will you answer when asked “What do you do?” What’s really important?   by Patricia B. Spencer

Are you being productive? 

This question came from my father, a mess hall sergeant–turned–restaurateur, who delivered this “no free lunch” query on a...

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We have become more intimate with you

Than lovers, had more mastery of your limbs

Than childhood taught you. Once you looked inside

Your spirit, offered your heart to someone dear.   

Now you have let us strangers heft that heart

And...

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