Month: January 2017

Strolling on a Sunday

By Margo Schiffman I walked outside on a dreary Sunday afternoon. It had been raining off and on since Friday. I could tell this by how heavy and thick the air felt. I walked down the sidewalk a bit till I got to the end of my...

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A Pause to Observe

By Grant Hensley I chose to do this “five senses” assignment while sitting at a bench on the Horseshoe. I’ll start with the senses of taste and feel because that is what first came to mind during my experience. When I came out...

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Relaxing Walk Through Lake Murray

By Rashaan Anderson January 18th was an unusual day, in terms of weather, for South Carolina. Instead of it being cold and windy, it was actually hot enough to get side eye looks from people walking by if I wore a jacket. After...

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45 Minutes of Freedom

By Mackenzie Ryan The clock strikes 10:15. I fold away my notebook and pack my pen in its designated pouch. Sliding them both carefully into my backpack before picking it up and swiftly onto my shoulders. In a matter of seconds,...

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Taking A Walk To The Park

By Morgan Dixon As I set out on a walk to the park near my house, I can already hear the screams of the children and the dogs barking at the park. I open the door to my house and the door knob is starting to rust a little. I...

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