Colby College



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Spring 2018




Table of Contents:

Cover by Lily Melby

Andromeda Galaxy with Shooting Star by Selim Hassairi

Fun Fact by Jess Greenwald

Spring is for Healing by Amya Bhalla

Venus by Rachel Bird

Plovers by Dominick Leskiw

Light through the Dust by Sarah Neal

"Help Me" plays on the speakers by Alison Zak

Half the Senses by Natasha Gallagher

Magic? by Veronica Jones

Forget-Me-Not by Shona Bell McCarthy

The Etymology of Saying Nothing by Ally Wehrle

Machine by Alyssa Cora Chesney

They Weren't by Julia Grady

Model, Sitting by Nicholas Malkemus

Emma by Molly Wu

The Girl on the Bus by Jess Greenwald

Night Sky, Eyes North by Dominick Leskiw

The White Girl's Burden by Amya Bhalla

#11, Clinton Ave. Benton, ME by Scott Kaplan

Nude Woman #32 by Rachel Bird

All American by Julia Grady

Space Rave by Wallis Muraca

Twins Multiblock Print by Molly Wu

Tell Me About Myself by Kylie Walters

#8 Kennedy Memorial Dr. Waterville, ME by Scott Kaplan

Untitled by Cal Waichler

Aerial Ballet by Selim Hassairi

Things Uninherited by Victoria Cheff

An Afternoon by the Lake by Selim Hassairi

Hotdog by Chris Spencer

It Will Only Get Colder in Maine by Anonymous

Garlic and Butter on the Stove by Julia Grady

Stools by Molly Wu

Juno by Nicholas Malkemus

Face Towards the Mouth of Daybreak by Natasha Gallagher

Wild Mercy by Cal Waichler

Honey Baby by Thea Weiss

Siddhartha, Dark Blue by Nicholas Malkemus

Watcher by Natasha Gallagher

Lost Appetite by Ally Wehrle

Green Room by Wallis Muraca

Raspberry River by James Kim

Bathroom Floor by Rachel Bird



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