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She is my goddess, always. Photo credit to Leilani Gibbons.

Leo

Savannah Keith, Poetry Editor December 1, 2015

I idolize her fly-aways Like sylphs, Banding on a vibrant dull. A lion's song, a kingdom come, A crown of soot and soil. I adulterate her cupid's bow A psyche, Bending on a serpent whim. A hierophant,...

“I love my short hair. It frames my face better than long hair, and much easier to handle,” freshmen, Tessa Bacon (on the left) stated and Sydney Dean (on the right). “I may not be skinny, but I love my body,” Sydney gushed happily. They stand there hand and hand as a symbol of they are empowered without being the “perfect woman”.

No Need to Hide Behind the Mask

Kayla Salemi , Staff Writer November 4, 2014

As children many young women are told to love their bodies and to embrace their true selves. Yet, nowadays, women as young as two are plastering their youthful faces with layers of foundation. Though I...

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