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Hands

Margy Dikova, Poet

June 8, 2016

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The hands of a human are beautiful So much magnificence controlled by the will of a human Creations made by us can be powerful Yet so many possible ways to be used only known by few men   Strokes of a gentle brush swiftly moving to project the mind o...

Insanity

Vanessa Brooks, Poet

June 8, 2016

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My insanity is like profanity to society They say it is not a perfect reality Only because they live in this so called fantasy That they perceive as a reality. I don't know if I am right Or if they are wrong. I want t...

Outfit of the Day

Outfit of the Day

June 6, 2016

When Colors Fade…

Nya Todd, Poet

June 3, 2016

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When colors fade Shapes are unyielding When the sun fades away in search of a happier place and the moon is still on its way In-between the gone and the late of our celestial planet That's when the colors fade Slipping off soft petals and rough edge...

The Road to a 36

The Road to a 36

February 27, 2015

Most Socially Accepted At Harrison ’14

Sydni' Henderson, Staff Writer

June 12, 2014

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To find out what separated our social lives as Harrison students from other high schools, a survey was conducted around HHS to see what's socially accepted by the students and the staff and what's frowned upon.  The top eight...

Can you Handle the Intensity of Intimacy?

Sydni' Henderson, Staff Writer

June 12, 2014

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The definition of intimacy is as follows:  to be close or familiar with another individual. This is true. It's hard to keep a connection with someone or even a well-functioning relationship if you don't have a sense of togetherness...

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