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What’s the Big Deal About “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before”?

What would you do if you wrote letters to all the boys you have ever loved...and they were sent? Photo by Korhz Galia.

Quillen McKinney, Staff Writer

September 20, 2018

There are few things in the world that truly unite people. Thanksgiving, puppies and Netflix original movies, such as “To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before,” are a few examples. This movie phenomenon, a flawless example of a teenage romcom, has been a smashing box office hit. The movie, based off th...

A Letter to the Closed-Minded

This photo emphasizes the unification of two people from two different races. They are able to come together without thinking about their different ethnicities or races.

Kayla Salemi, Opinion Editor

March 28, 2016

Dear Society, Who do you think you are? The burdens you put on young people’s mind will cause this world to self-destruct. I was walking down the hallways when a Muslim girl walked passed me, yet I did not think anything of it until I heard people gasp behind me. I heard one person whisper, “She’s...

A Soldier’s Promise

“He was right, this was the life. This was the sacrifice of a US Marine.”

Jessica prouty, Staff Writer

December 11, 2014

“I will love you until the end of time.” The words brought forth merciless tears Accompanied by all the emotion she so effectively hid Conjured by her greatest impending fears   “I will come home someday very soon.” Her breathing caught, hitching in her lungs Halting...

I Never Wrote a Letter Back

I Never Wrote a Letter Back

Ashton Bruce, Staff Writer

December 1, 2014

The length of the words you use Does not define your sincerity, Nor does the letters’ complexity Determine how much you want me back.   No matter how poetically you Write to me, no matter how Many times you quote Walt Whitman Or William Shakespeare, I want you to know That...

Unaddressed and Received: My Letter to You

Embracing the release of thoughts and emotions through writing, letters provide the opportunity for people to voice their love and pursuit in their personal relationships and spiritual journeys.

Perri Rabbitt, Staff Writer

May 19, 2014

I love to look up at the sky because it reminds me of how big You are. Your peace flows into me, and I am reminded of my purpose, perspective, and priorities. I know to imagine the unimaginable, yet I constantly remain surprised and astounded at what You do. I continue to underestimate You with intentions...

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