KEEGAN: The Opposite of Loneliness

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KEEGAN: Senior year without society

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Reading Aloud

On Mondays and Wednesdays at 4:30 p.m., Anna takes off her clothes and reads to Sam. Reads him cable box directions and instant soup instructions, unpaid bills and pages from his textbooks. Each week she peels off her garments one by one, arranging them beside her chair with practiced stealth. Usually, Sam makes an exotic […]

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Challenger Deep

[ydn-legacy-photo-inline id=”175″ ] When the jellyfish came, we woke everyone up. They floated down on the ship like snow and even Lev came into the sail to press his face on the periscope. The glow was dim but we could see our arms and outlines and after a minute we stepped away from the glass […]

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Keegan: Decriminalize marijuana now

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Keegan: What I learned from my Cantab ex-BF

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Clamming

The moon was as full as Ari’s womb. Sky and skyscraper traced the rows of stenciled water with purple silver light. It was a dirty beach, an urban beach. The couple sunk along the cratered path, treading carefully through the trash-mined sand, the sand that nearly boiled into glass that August afternoon. It was night […]

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Keegan: Why we care about whales

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