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A Word About Hope

A Word About Hope

The cries of a single voice are seldom heard in a city full of tumult. Countless peddlers of hope are passed by in the streets, carelessly dismissed, and their exhortations—“repent, and believe in the Gospel!”…

The Lonely First-year

The Lonely First-year

March 13, 2017. My first day of Spring Break was about to be memorable. I had spent my Christmas vacation in front of my laptop writing essay after essay, filling out college applications quite literally…

Life in the Past Tense

Life in the Past Tense

It was at 8:56 p.m. that I experienced the all-too-familiar frustration known by anyone who has ever worked in a restaurant: having to serve someone who’s coming in four minutes before closing. I was sixteen…

Build Your City

Build Your City

Lord, Build Your city. Break down the towers of our pride. Apart from You, we take poisonous bites out of the Big Apple, slip into Sin City’s seduction, curse each other in the City of…