• Meghan Friedmann

    The Rock’s Strange Beauty

    What you wouldn’t expect to find in this concrete monolith

    March 16, 2017
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    Just before dusk, the Rock rises up like an awkwardly-layered cake, its vertical windows mismatched and its stories unevenly stacked. Along with its dingy concrete walls, the Rock is—let’s face it—not one of Brown’s great architectural beauties. But through the slitted windows leaks a warm yellow glow and, if you stop for a moment before […]

    That Pile of Laundry Sitting in Your Closet

    Reflections on Rejection

    March 1, 2017
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    NOTE: All of the names of the people in the story, except Kelly’s, have been changed. This reflects the subjects’ wishes to remain anonymous. “The job hunt and my love life are way too similar,” Chris says as we wait for our food at Julian’s on Broadway Street. He’s a friend, but I’ve asked him […]