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Life is Fleeting

“I should’ve told him I’ve loved him more than anything in this world.” These are the words of my friend when we last talked over the phone a week ago. She was in pain, misery, and uncertainty. She stuttered with every word she said. She seemed lost and confused on how to gather herself up. […]

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A Halloween Special

As the gossamer veil between this world and the next thins, we take a look at the stories that will keep you up at night with the eerie feeling of being watched. Brought to you by the lovely people of Reddit and Youtube, as well as a series and a few classic short stories, here […]

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Wait For It

An essay on awesome moms, awful comparisons, and gaining perspective. Written by Max Capili Featured Image by Benju Evardone Just a disclaimer that it’s been a long time since I wrote for non-academic purposes and even then, I don’t usually choose to talk about *feelings.* Please bear with me. My mom is, for the lack […]

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Film Photo Series V: Ostentation

Editor’s Letter – September 2018 Written by Bianca Rañola I’ve developed the habit of writing the Editor’s Letter last, and not even because I want to properly convey the message that each issue wishes to. I put it off because it’s hard. How do you package a product of blood, sweat, and tears in gift […]

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Dear Echoes: August 2018

Last week, we asked Ecosoc to give us their answers to the question “If the madness within could speak, what would it say?” Here’s what they whispered. xoxo, Echoes   Sometimes, I remember that he’s not the one for me. Other times, I choose to forget. – 220317   Bless me father of all chick flicks […]

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Stupid Advice for the Dull and Unintelligent II

Seeing people ask for my advice, yet again, to bring equilibrium to their lives reminds me of a quote from an up-and-coming philosopher, “Fun isn’t something one considers when balancing the universe…but this? This puts a smile on my face.” Now, allow me to relieve you of your petty and insignificant problems by bestowing upon […]

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For the Love of Football

How far would you go for something you well and truly loved? Something you were extremely passionate about? Something you literally thought about all day, everyday, every year? These were the thoughts that flooded my head as the World Cup progressed, and so did my favorite team of the tournament: England. Written by Andrew Banaag […]

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Here’s Why You’re Still Single

Basically, this essay is me slapping myself in the face and telling myself “Go for it, you lazy son of a bitch.” Written by LA Manlangit Featured Image by Anthony Intraversato Yep, you. Here you are, already in college, already past your teenage years, and you’ve been single your entire life. Whether you think it’s because […]

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Film Photo Series IV: Paris by Celina Pacana

I know we’ve all probably heard this a million times over, but I have to say it now that I’ve gained full credibility to. There’s just something about Paris. I’ll save all the cliche, cheesy shit about the city we’ve all heard great things about anyway. Instead, let me take you through my 10-day narrative […]

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Love, Icon.

A not-so-short essay on the dark ages of my pre-college life, boys who play football, boys who like basketball, boys who like boys, boys who are assholes, and why I love “Love, Simon.” So much.