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They’ve arrested that father in Romulus,

charged him with arson and murder.

On the news, he’s yanked away in handcuffs,

angular with anger and grief.

 

Paul, burly in a cardigan, reads about a dying man.

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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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