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Relativity (Distant Bodies), Kevin B. Anderson Nov 2017

Relativity (Distant Bodies), Kevin B. Anderson

CLAMANTIS: The MALS Journal

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On The Train To Slovenia, Kelley M. Rossier Nov 2017

On The Train To Slovenia, Kelley M. Rossier

CLAMANTIS: The MALS Journal

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Disciple, Jessica K. Sklar Jul 2017

Disciple, Jessica K. Sklar

Journal of Humanistic Mathematics

This is a love poem for mathematics.


On Pain Of Death, Declan Cummings Jul 2017

On Pain Of Death, Declan Cummings

English Honors Projects

On Pain of Death is a fictional retelling of the story of Sir Pelleas, who, in Thomas Malory’s Le Morte D’Arthur, is depicted as a noble knight with unrequited love for Lady Ettarde. He follows her for weeks, repeatedly declaring his love for her, despite her clear rejections. In rewriting this story, I hope to draw attention to the fact that, by today’s standards, what he is doing is clear-cut stalking. By introducing a character with a periphery perspective, I hope to call into question how “romantic” these stories of unrequited love really are.


Mars Rover, The Power Of The Particular, And Love, Aleisa Dornbierer-Schat May 2017

Mars Rover, The Power Of The Particular, And Love, Aleisa Dornbierer-Schat

Staff Work

"Poetry appeals to, and enlarges, our human capacity to know something deeply and, in that way, to love it."

Posting about ­­­­­­­­reasons to value poetry from In All Things - an online journal for critical reflection on faith, culture, art, and every ordinary-yet-graced square inch of God’s creation.

http://inallthings.org/the-mars-rover-the-power-of-the-particular-and-love/


Then & Now: Swosu Sayre Student Anthology 2017, Terry Ford, Holley Brewer, Scott Fronenberger, Arpril Miller, Edward Almenas May 2017

Then & Now: Swosu Sayre Student Anthology 2017, Terry Ford, Holley Brewer, Scott Fronenberger, Arpril Miller, Edward Almenas

Sayre Writing Workshop Anthology

This publication contains the works of students attending the Sayre campus of Southwestern Oklahoma State University in the spring, summer and fall semesters of 2017. This year’s edition also includes the winners of the college’s contest for high school juniors, called Timed W.A.R.P. (Writing And Research Project.)

This collection of works is produced in conjunction with the annual Literary Festival. Sponsors for the event are Language Arts instructors Terry Ford, Holley Brewer, and Scott Fronenberger, with help from Assistant Professor April Miller, librarian, and special thanks to the Dean of the College of Associates and ...


True Form Of Greatness, Michael V. Terry May 2017

True Form Of Greatness, Michael V. Terry

Capstone Projects and Master's Theses

A screenplay that moves through the decade of the 90's while exploring philosophy, love, religion and tragedy in the atmosphere of collegiate baseball.


Life As I Know It: My Story Told Through Poetry, Leah T. Montoya May 2017

Life As I Know It: My Story Told Through Poetry, Leah T. Montoya

Capstone Projects and Master's Theses

This is a collection of poems and prose pieces, that cover love, loss, and everything in between.


Love Loves All, Donna Williams Apr 2017

Love Loves All, Donna Williams

The Tuxedo Archives

Our love is the strongest.
And it has forced us into this undying relationship.
The disease that ravaged the country
Somehow, it brought us closer. ~excerpt from poem


Being The Other Woman: Watanabe’S Unrequited Love For Naoko In Norwegian Wood, Giselle Carter Jan 2017

Being The Other Woman: Watanabe’S Unrequited Love For Naoko In Norwegian Wood, Giselle Carter

Mary Wollstonecraft Writing Award

Taking a look at the philosophical Other, the object of one's life that would lead to self-actualization- something that des not exist, I reflect on Naoko and Watanabe's relationship, in particular the one-sidedness of it.


This Must Be The Place, Jesse S. Feinman Jan 2017

This Must Be The Place, Jesse S. Feinman

Honors Undergraduate Theses

This Must Be the Place is a collection of short stories that take place in Massachusetts, America. Each story exists as a subtle celebration of the ordinary moments of our lives that softly, and gradually, shape us over time. This testament to the every-day is characterized by detailed, tender depictions of brief conversations, picnics in parks, afternoon car rides, and trips to the grocery store with past lovers. Although the narrators and other orbiting characters in the stories are all different, they are bound together by an insatiable curiosity and fascination with the world and the human condition.

Inspired by ...