For Lecture Girl

For Lecture Girl A Poem By AIDAN FITZSIMMONS   Red bow unslightly askew I wish I could ask you why Seventy-five degrees tilted From norm, it grasps few Loose limp unwashed hairs But most fall unaware   No time in the morning For anything but running This girl four rows down Had to run or Had to sleep or Had to stay awake– Same thing   I can relate, girl, bow; I woke late Dashed class in yesterday’s clothes (Who is ever truly sheveled, you know?) So to the back of your unsightly bow With botchelized breath I breathe oaths …

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Engiqueering: doodleSWUG 

  By Jessica Jin and Hunter Richards    1. Midterm exam. Open book. Never bought.     2. Home on the Mange    The only time  My phone  Is blowing up  Is after  My grill order  Is ready  Eggs again?  Eggs again.  3. I would rather set myself on fire  To keep warm  Than spend that much money  On a Canada Goose jacket.    They fly south for the winter  Within 4 friday nights  At the nearest final club,  No matter how hard  You beg the Class of 20XX Facebook page  That adventurous fowl  Is free once more.    4. If …

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