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Hang Loose


by Crystal Dalison After my island cruiser of a car finally succumbed to its lifetime of abuse, I had to hitchhike to work every day. ... Read More »

Change Your Mind


by Garrett Okonek Psychology has been similar to medicine for a long time. Both have traditionally looked for illnesses in patients, then have used specific ... Read More »

The Trail


by Fischer Gangemi His footsteps disturb the sleeping trail It ponders this new arrival as it has every new season He does not know what ... Read More »

Living Leather


by Olivia Lada Cold, wet, and utterly uncomfortable.  I wasn’t having the best day sifting through tide pools for slimy invertebrates. Too squeamish to touch ... Read More »



by Thomas O’Harra When I got to the Truckee area last week, there was little to no snow, anywhere. The temperature was in the 50s, ... Read More »



by Brooke Hartman The aroma of day-old fish nuggets and burned Tater Tots wafted from the lunch line. I sucked in a breath, trying to ... Read More »



by Thomas O’Harra After the races last weekend in the Czech Republic, we packed everything up and drove ten hours through five different countries to ... Read More »

The Station


by Steve Rubinstein I was already worried when he took my hand to wipe at his tears. By then through the wall-high windows I noticed ... Read More »

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