The Raider Wire

Twas’ the falling snow that began the tale

“Love through the air in the winter, Cherry petals.” This piece was drawn using both lead and colored pencils.

Grace Hanks, Staff Writer

December 18, 2014

Twas’ the falling snow that began the tale Fluttering now; Swooping, Arcs of Soft, Sweet, Color. Hands braided Like roots, Strong, Passionate, Underneath Scattering wheels Of hope; Love. The orange sun Setting, Slowly, Gracefully, On the horizon. ...

How to Awaken Your Space: Three Southern Themes to Welcome Spring

Whether we find inspiration in refined Southern magazines, antique Appalachian farmyards, reviving native festivals, or a combination of the three, we must allow our new springtime bedroom to encompass our own views of revival and the world around us. There is no reason for us to stress over perfectly achieving one theme or another; if we are the ones performing the reorganizing for ourselves, it will turn out perfectly.

Caitlin Shelby, Staff Writer

April 7, 2014

With the arrival of spring fresh at our doorsteps and ready to be let in, why not take it into our own hands to give spring a warm welcome within our rooms? The snow has passed, the rains are beginning, and green will soon find its way into our spirits and surroundings. Though creativity is a piece of...

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