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St. John Fisher College

1995

Articles 1 - 30 of 34

Full-Text Articles in Creative Writing

You And I, Chantel Febus Jan 1995

You And I, Chantel Febus

The Angle

No abstract provided.


The Purpose And The End, Chantel Febus Jan 1995

The Purpose And The End, Chantel Febus

The Angle

No abstract provided.


The Future's Lookin' Good, Chuck Mitrano Jan 1995

The Future's Lookin' Good, Chuck Mitrano

The Angle

In lieu of an abstract, below is the essay's first paragraph.

"On my 21st birthday I looked back on my adolescent years and wondered what my future held. What would I have to look forward to?"


My Dream, Amy M. Jenkins Jan 1995

My Dream, Amy M. Jenkins

The Angle

No abstract provided.


You Came, Sarah Blake Jan 1995

You Came, Sarah Blake

The Angle

No abstract provided.


He Was Shot And Killed, Alycia Gregory Jan 1995

He Was Shot And Killed, Alycia Gregory

The Angle

No abstract provided.


Dying Sunset, Cheryl Schmidt Jan 1995

Dying Sunset, Cheryl Schmidt

The Angle

No abstract provided.


The Daily Quest, Debby James Jan 1995

The Daily Quest, Debby James

The Angle

No abstract provided.


Untitled, Melissa Wisniewski Jan 1995

Untitled, Melissa Wisniewski

The Angle

No abstract provided.


The Elevator, Daniel Jones Jan 1995

The Elevator, Daniel Jones

The Angle

No abstract provided.


All Alone In The Night, John P. Parungao Jan 1995

All Alone In The Night, John P. Parungao

The Angle

In lieu of an abstract, below is the essay's first paragraph.

"Why am I here? Alone in the dark, outside and separate. Is it supposed to be this way? Sometimes I have to wonder, because no matter how hard I try I remain cold and alone. Am I a dark angel cast out, forever searching for acceptance where there is none. Perhaps I'm an alien, for no matter how hard I try fail to understand the people I see everyday. Why do they fall in love? Why do they kill each other? It makes no sense to me ...


Immortality, Michael G. M. Cornelius Jan 1995

Immortality, Michael G. M. Cornelius

The Angle

No abstract provided.


Untitled, Christopher Parks Jan 1995

Untitled, Christopher Parks

The Angle

No abstract provided.


Acceptance, Alycia Gregory Jan 1995

Acceptance, Alycia Gregory

The Angle

No abstract provided.


Untitled, Jill Tripp Jan 1995

Untitled, Jill Tripp

The Angle

No abstract provided.


Fear Not The Night…, Jennifer L. Matt Jan 1995

Fear Not The Night…, Jennifer L. Matt

The Angle

No abstract provided.


Shooting The Shit, Brian P. Howard Jan 1995

Shooting The Shit, Brian P. Howard

The Angle

In lieu of an abstract, below is the essay's first paragraph.

"I know I could have her any time that I want and I know that she wants me even more. Don't mistake my certainty for over-confidence or a cocky sort of attitude 'cause I ain't about all that. Fact is, I can tell just by looking at a girl's eyes whether she want to bed me or not. Anyway, as if I needed to explain myself to you in the first place. You should be so lucky that I tell you anything at all. I ...


Guilt, Jill Tripp Jan 1995

Guilt, Jill Tripp

The Angle

No abstract provided.


Another Level, William Boatwright Jan 1995

Another Level, William Boatwright

The Angle

No abstract provided.


Full Issue, No Author Jan 1995

Full Issue, No Author

The Angle

No abstract provided.


Preliminary Pages, No Author Jan 1995

Preliminary Pages, No Author

The Angle

No abstract provided.


Full Circle, Michael J. Tedone Jan 1995

Full Circle, Michael J. Tedone

The Angle

No abstract provided.


Verbosityverbosityverbosity, Michael G. M. Cornelius Jan 1995

Verbosityverbosityverbosity, Michael G. M. Cornelius

The Angle

No abstract provided.


Untitled, Melissa Wisniewski Jan 1995

Untitled, Melissa Wisniewski

The Angle

No abstract provided.


Grandmother, Debby James Jan 1995

Grandmother, Debby James

The Angle

No abstract provided.


Untitled, Amy Wolf Jan 1995

Untitled, Amy Wolf

The Angle

No abstract provided.


It's Never One-Sided, Brian P. Howard Jan 1995

It's Never One-Sided, Brian P. Howard

The Angle

In lieu of an abstract, below is the essay's first paragraph.

"Every time Gordon exits that dingy little pornography theater, he extinguishes his scorpion-red cigarette with the butt of his left palm. 'Remember that pain the next time you want to give into sin,' Gordon usually mumbles in an effort to reproach his spontaneous and fleeting immorality. interestingly he feels no guilt when he enters it, but instead relishes in anticipation of the flesh-indulging sin screen. It's like being back in the tenth grade all over again when Gordon and Tommy Baker would sneak into the high school ...


Like A Candle Flame…, Daniel Jones Jan 1995

Like A Candle Flame…, Daniel Jones

The Angle

No abstract provided.


Don't Let Go…, Angela Jenkins Jan 1995

Don't Let Go…, Angela Jenkins

The Angle

No abstract provided.


Untitled, Keith Kiedrowski Jan 1995

Untitled, Keith Kiedrowski

The Angle

No abstract provided.