Egg - Volume 9

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Robert Morris University's ninth volume of EGG, the University's arts and literary magazine.

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robert morris university egg presents 9th edition

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editorial board student design editors amber alwin tracy ostrander steve wiech student editor megan cross faculty advisors mick mcmahon paul gaszak john flaherty robert morris university arts literary magazine 2009

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table of contents allen diane for my sister and her son ken alwin amber chicago backbone sacrifice tranquility augustine valeesa night of masks bacon mikyaela atlanta lights baskerville kamylin forgiveness bradford frede rico snapshot brame kamila a feeling brooks kyndall an obsession another day the one burke nicholas e what is the purpose of school callery marshall callery jacqueline bugs smiles calvillo johnna light at the end of the tracks look to the sky spring drops 98 27 91 85 14 4 6 9 28 78 41 32 42 88 88 3 13 18

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table of contents carlton natasha false follower cole tim educational socialism crosby altonio inspire driver chris legend of the merfasa mountain kingdoms fall of the merfasa mountain kingdoms friedrich adam troubled times garmann kathy untitled gonzales christine sinceramente grace haley red wave 1852 hay james tragedy and resurrection nature s concert hungerford brooke my drug jennings kyle untitled untitled untitled jones takiah choose with your heart 37 43 2 10 101 76 52 17 60 39 46 86 58 31 75 99 92

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table of contents kiljanski renata this feeling inside korbakis diane saltwater rivers krozel jr john define me girl stare o man latson karalee white dreams luke eli too smooth or too dumb lugo cristina mama mia il duomo lulay mark catastrophe marchman lisa wednesdays martin jordan hands morgan emily rediscovering my passion navar sarai monday thru thursday nelson mallory flower 29 62 59 56 57 53 22 1 61 44 8 34 40 19

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table of contents ostrander tracy cracked and crows different view fun nights pankiewicz benjamin a day in their shoes a requiem for love pearson eric enchanted wedding female looking ratza clifford l wisdom s wondrous font romero vanessa grip it shreffler heather highway to sovereignty silva hector i see you staples nico my love sylvain maxime globe trotter tesar zach wade higher power tury jospeh apprehensive freedom street punk 51 100 89 54 38 94 79 77 69 7 30 80 5 12 68 21

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table of contents whitfield berlina how you make me feel wiech steve the hitman williams benjamin bud chicago williams shawn reason thank you wright shanice dans un sac yats leilani country boy zagrodnik jd skyler 33 70 20 26 90 95 15 96 25

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a special thanks to president michael p viollt provost mablene krueger dean of sciences and humanities paula diaz

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mama mia il duomo so much happens in your marble step lap you do a brilliant job of bridging the gap between the meandering traveler mirroring his map and a local florentine taking his evening nap and in your shape you do embarrass almost in the way kids feel about their parents though no matter pauper or heiress throughout the city you are the fairest to listen to our stories as we perch while vendors all day try to sell you as merch when at night in your comfort couples and drunks lurch as if they cannot tell in the darkness you re really a church in my mind on your marble lap i lay appreciating you much more from far away hoping to visit soon if i may this time with full intention to stay cristina lugo chicago 1

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inspire the inspiration flows within the constant knowledge can t pretend there is no amount to comprehend i m way past the point of end just flows and flows without a turn the rhyming scheme can t let it burn the more i try the more i learn the universe is what i earn altonio crosby chicago 2

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light at the end of the tracks johnna calvillo chicago 3

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