Monthly Archives: September 2012

Not Everyone Can be Healed, But Everyone Can be Helped — by Maximo Granzotti

I am 29 years old, a visual artist, and this month I started medical school. Over the last few weeks I’ve felt alienated from many things about the process that I’ve studied my way into. The social ignorance of my … Continue reading

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Obituary For a Shirt — By Madeline Zappala

I never thought I’d be so broken up about a shirt. Single hot tears streaked reluctantly down my cheek as I shed my heavy bed sheets and found a more comfortable spot positioned with my neck propped on a towel … Continue reading

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