Arts & Literature

A Chicken’s Tale

March 17, 2018 The Arrow 0

BY JADYN IDE-PECHE My eyes peeled open at the sound of my sisters bellowing squawk.  “Jenny…” She screeched. I searched clumsily for my glasses, knocking over my lamp in the process. I jumped down from […]

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Sybil

December 18, 2017 The Arrow 0

BY LEN LANGE The absence of light in the room only adds to the suffocating feeling gripping cold around your neck, causing you to helplessly glance back toward the door. You can make it out […]

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One More Drop in the Ocean

June 8, 2017 The Arrow 0

BY LEN LANGE It’s too warm for his like in here, the veritable cocoon he’s built from blankets not being his most well thought out plan, what with it being midway through April in New […]

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Just Like the Ocean

June 8, 2017 The Arrow 0

BY LAUREN ESCHENBRENNER The ocean always pushed away water just to surge it back in. Currents and winds move the surface water that cause the waves; the tidals aerodynamically crashing onto the shore just to […]

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This is the Way

May 19, 2017 The Arrow 0

BY LAUREN ESCHENBRENNER Trickling raindrops pelted against the translucent window, a soft tapping noise cascading through her ear drums solemnly. A dim, syncopated tip-tap-tap rhythm reiterated in her mind; the noises augmented the more she focused […]

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An Autumn Morning of Eros


December 29, 2016 The Arrow 0

BY DAN JONES The autumn air was crisp, that sharp chill when the leaves begin to fall, heralding the coming of winter. Raven stood under a tall tree, the courtyard devoid of people. The sun […]