Creative Spotlight

Sneakers: Part 2—Ace Closes In

Sneakers: Part 2—Ace Closes In

By Javon Roberson After Ace finds out his house was robbed and vows that whoever broke into the house would pay, he felt as though he had been disrespected and he was going to get to the bottom of it. Meanwhile, Bruno and Freddy left the park. As they got in the car, Bruno told Freddy how he and Lenny […]

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Sneakers: A Tale of Friendship, Aspersion, and Mystery

Sneakers: A Tale of Friendship, Aspersion, and Mystery

By Javon Roberson Gas ain’t cheap, and everybody’s gotta eat… Bruno Rumble repeated the same phrase in his mind every night before he left to go to work. He was a security guard at a local outlet mall. He made $7.95 an hour to walk around the mall and make sure nothing got stolen and no suspicious characters were roaming […]

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Artist Spotlight: Bradley Nies

Artist Spotlight: Bradley Nies

“Cousin Marvin” By Bradley A. Nies On a late October afternoon, a few years before the Dodgers would vote to abandon Brooklyn for Los Angeles and force many citizens to realize that the borough’s golden age was dwindling, Joan DonLeavy stood in her tiny kitchen and stared down at the lifeless body of her husband, Alfred. A freshly-carved jack-o-lantern grinned […]

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The Person I’m Meant to Be (Original Poetry Submission)

The Person I’m Meant to Be (Original Poetry Submission)

The Person I’m Meant to Be The heart pumps Blood flows through my veins My heart jumps My eyes are dry While it continues to rain   The warmth of my blanket Wrapped around my skin Life is what you make it I’ll run outside Wash away my sins   Value the truth As much as despise a lie You […]

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Remind Me (Original Poetry Submission)

Remind Me (Original Poetry Submission)

Remind Me Remind me to never love someone Like you, because you have been and Always will be my first love.   Remind me to never hide my feelings Towards you, so if I cry in front of you it’s Because you have been one of the Most important people in my life.   Remind me to believe what I […]

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Spotlight: Jacee Wren

Spotlight: Jacee Wren

Over the Thanksgiving holiday Jacee Wren, a Blinn College – Brenham student participated in the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade. Congratulations to Jacee and we wish you MUCH success at Blinn College.

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Interpretations of Murder (Original Stage Play)

Interpretations of Murder (Original Stage Play)

INTERPRETATIONS OF A MURDER A drama in one-act by Bradley A. Nies Bradley A. Nies 600 Peachtree Drive Brenham, Texas 77833 (979) 836-1165 bnies@blinn.edu Synopsis Inspired by true events, MURDEROUS INTERPRETATIONS is the story of a gruesome axe murder that took place in Detroit, Michigan in 1910. As the story unfolds, the audience is subjected to a graphic tale of […]

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Poem: “My Mind on F”

Poem: “My Mind on F”

Mind On F Thinking Thinking Constantly thinking… Pondering Pondering upon the future Letting my mind wander Everlasting wander Fantasizing in my eternal thoughts Drumming up scenarios Hidden passions kept a constant secret My private Narnia so to speak Mystical imagination seeping throughout this world Intimate settings taking place Pure pleasure Not just the variety Allowing my mind to be free […]

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Brain Ninja: A Helpful Guide

Brain Ninja: A Helpful Guide

When it comes to using philosophy to one’s advantage, the first thing to ask is what is the goal of the time? For many college students it is to figure out what they want to do, to experience the world around them in an independent way, or (gasp!) to get through college. Philosophy can take the little stresses and idiosyncrasies […]

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“Somber Definitions” by Chanel Green

“Somber Definitions” by Chanel Green

Somber Definitions Painted words stretched across the paper, Taking form after each brush stroke, Lines contorting to form a picture, Illusions arise from the sheet, Words come together to spell trivial ramblings, What looks innocent to one, Leaves a solemn mystery to another, These are my encrypted thoughts.   Poem by Chanel Green

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