Forever in a box

Laminated ink

As much as I rejoice in spilling my guts to a modest readership of unknown strangers and cheerleader-like family relatives, I halt myself from giving away everything.
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Unbecoming Aly

Laminated ink

Just like Aly, I, too, feared attention of any form: class presentations, piano recitals, popcorn reading.
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Writing for no audience

Since I began working at The Daily Californian as an editor five semesters ago, I’ve come to redefine the meaning of that fateful book as characterizing my love for stories — and for finding the right words to tell mine in.
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Why we need the Daily Cal

Whether you use this paper to check the score of the game you missed, to peruse the platforms of ASUC campaigns or simply to line your litter box, it’s succeeded in fulfilling a purpose.
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Everyone can write

Off the Beat

We know these stories because they are part of us, because they already live in our mind’s eye. Those characters, those creations, are already alive.
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Certainly uncertain

American Pie?

“American Pie?” is my amateur attempt at asking and answering what I want to be; rather than exploring how much pie I can have, I ask how much I will eat.
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