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Demolition of Lowry Hall Begins

2 weeks ago / 0 comments

Demolition of the venerable Lowry Hall commenced today. By 10:30am, a full third of the building was gone and fragments were being loaded onto waiting trucks. DSU is leveling the area in preparation for …

DSU Hactivism Students Challenge Marijuana Laws

3 years ago / 0 comments

A group of DSU students is asking those in possession of marijuana to “Save Your Seeds.” The group is preparing to launch a web campaign urging everybody with marijuana seeds to save them and …

Behind the Scenes with Kelly MacLeod

4 years ago / 0 comments

By Kayla Janssen Kelly MacLeod, who has quite a bit of patience, leads a busy life. She teaches several classes, like speech, theater, and screen writing, on campus at DSU. When she was asked …

Trojan Rhymes: Selfish Lover

4 years ago / 0 comments

Selfish Lover By Ashley Geditz   You stare at me with your half-open eyes And then your half-interested lips Ask me “what do you think love is?” Knowing you only half-care and knowing that …

Trojan Rhymes: (Untitled)

4 years ago / 0 comments

(Untitled) By Stacey Berry then i see the dead bird blur the concrete turning underground under feet when his eyes reflect mine the soft specks swamped in gold to shift and shake souls as …

Trojan Rhymes: Rubicks Cube

4 years ago / 0 comments

Rubicks Cube by Andy Meyer   Tempting and unsatisfying, you are salt water on the tongue. I am fulfilled by you like a bucket filled with holes. You yearn, plead, need my attention for …

Trojan Rhymes: Over, Easy

4 years ago / 0 comments

Over, Easy By Ashley Geditz   I, an able heart, the whole time could have stood, gotten to my feet— and walked away.   You never wrote a line for me Just spilled your …

Trojan Rhymes: Your Tin Man

4 years ago / 0 comments

Your Tin Man by John Nelson   You found me in the forest where my axe was paused, my chest ready to fill like a can of preserves. Apples and rhubarb saved me. The …

Trojan Rhymes: a call

4 years ago / 3 comments

a call by Stacey Berry   look. writing isn’t some process like digital upgrades. or fusing the swampable switch. you can’t just take a paper and pen or some g.d. word processor and purr the …