Monthly Archives: March 2006

An Essay for The Nation

When asked what is of most concern to my generation, I am inclined to respond that we seem to be most concerned with fashion and entertainment, though I know that distorts the meaning of the language in the question. A … Continue reading

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Further Rejection

I got a letter from ISU today. it was a small envelope, so I didn’t even really need to look inside to know what it said. this means that I will not be leaving CU for school in the fall. … Continue reading

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A Road Rage Tornado

funny…it’s one of the things that I’m preparing to let go. I’m working to imagine myself as a person who doesn’t lose his cool, doesn’t let little annoyances make him act in ways he’d rather not act. I slept three … Continue reading

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Rejected

The Daily Illini didn’t run the letter that I submitted, even though they called me to verify that they had permission to (I sent it to you, didn’t I?), because it was two hundred words over their limit. I’d thought … Continue reading

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Letter to the Editor

here is what I wrote in a letter to the editor at the daily illini: I am writing in response to John Ostrowski’s ridiculous argument about the influx of chain stores on Green Street. His argument seems to contain three … Continue reading

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