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Prose Feature: “Doll Girl” by Arib Khan

Selene Lawrence February 27, 2024

Doll Girl It was about the girl and then it wasn’t. A little before that, she played the piano and it was awesome. Actually, it was the keyboard, but that’s didn’t sound as cool. But this time...

I Read 65 Books in 2023: Here Are My Top 10

Brynne Boehlecke, Volunteer February 26, 2024

For the people who know me — or honestly, even for the people who have heard of me — there is almost nothing about me more obvious than my love for reading. In 2023, I read a grand total of 65 books...

Poetry Feature: Goldilocks by Christopher Pugh

Poetry Feature: “Goldilocks” by Christopher Pugh

Selene Lawrence February 19, 2024

Goldilocks A winter hymnal begins. he gathers scattered clothing like a fire drill. I am making snow angels atop Garnett Hill, sheets swaddling me limply. Left to the exposure, he puts...

Prose Feature: 2023 Provost Prize Winner Lillian Tove Hayden

May 8, 2023

It’s always the birds. No one believes me, but it’s true. One time a flamingo unfolded its leg and spoke to me through the bars that were keeping me back. She told me her secrets. I will not be sharing...

Prose Feature: “I Know Where The Road Doesn’t End” by Hadiya Riechers:

May 8, 2023

The road ends at the grassy glen. Everyone knows this. There’s always a fire pit dug into the center of the small meadow, and it’s ringed with round river stones and full of blackened, cracked logs....

Prose Feature: “Wall in the Dark” by Zane Russell

Zane Russell May 4, 2022

The Garden of Glass I recall all those summers ago, summers ripe as this, seasons upon which I and my sister would prance amidst the flowering daisies of our grandparent’s oriental flat. We would...

Poetry Feature: 2022 Provost Winner Aanaa Felema

Aanaa Felema May 4, 2022

I’ve Stopped Trying To Make Celery Taste Good 1. I hear it in a pop song for the first time as a child— a vegetable is a vegetable and also a dead weight. I see it for myself when I’m slightly...

Prose Feature: 2022 Provost Prize Winner Jane Coneybeer

May 4, 2022

December LOST CAT Two years old. Orange. Loud purr. Please CALL if you see her and HELP us bring Sunshine home! $750.00 Reward For Safe Return Of Lost Chihuahua BELONGS TO MY GRANDPARENTS. SHE GOT...

The Memorial Union peaks through the mostly green trees that have bursts of yellows and orange leaves. Theres a blue sky with only a few clouds in the background.

Poetry Feature: “Things I Overheard People Saying on Campus” by Darcy Pound

Darcy Pound, Volunteer October 27, 2021

This poem was submitted to us during week one by Darcy Pound, one of our Prism volunteers. Pound captures part of the chaos that is transitioning from remote learning to a (mostly) in person experience...

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Prose Feature: “National Space Day” by Darcy Pound

Darcy Pound May 7, 2021

Today is National Space Day! To celebrate one of our volunteers, Darcy Pound, wrote a short story about space exploration! Check it out below!'/*~/. space story .~*/' Choosing adventure is not an easy...

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Volunteer Poetry Spotlight: Darcy Pound

Julia Zeigler January 28, 2021

Looking for something to cozy up with? Well check out this poem written by one of our very own Prism volunteers, Darcy Pound! Big thank you to her for sharing this with us! When you get where you are...

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Spookiness Between the Stanzas

Natalie Harris October 31, 2020

Happy Halloween from us here at Prism! Last week I shared some spooky short stories to the blog, but today is the spookiest day of the year, so we are definitely still in that spooky spirit. If you’re...

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