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Editor’s Note

Editor’s Note

by Aileen Gray Fresh off a plane, having been awake for more than twenty-four hours, excited, exhausted – it did not register as odd when the first question my Irish cab driver asked was whether I was voting for Obama or Romney in the upcoming […]

Editor’s Note

Editor’s Note

Our October issue centered on the theme “Six Impossible Things Before Breakfast,” the idea being that we would focus on different kinds of adventures and adventuring. After the issue was published, I learned that one of the pieces in the issue, which dealt with personal […]

Editor’s Note

Editor’s Note

When we think adventure, we think pirate ships, sinister jungles, or foreign cities. We think, quite simply, of going new places and seeing remarkable things. But an adventure doesn’t have to mean a glamor­ous journey. Disappearing into the world of a novel or appreciating the […]

Editor’s Note

Editor’s Note

…It was a pleasure publishing the wonderful and diverse submissions from so many talented Washington College students…

Editor’s Note

Editor’s Note

…Being a good writer entails anticipating your readers’ needs and fulfilling them through your ideas and imagery. Our March issue has no particular theme. This issue is an open forum…

Editor’s Note

Editor’s Note

…take the time this month to read and enjoy some of the writings inspired by the complicated emotion of love…

Editor’s Note

Editor’s Note

Wordsworth put it best, “That though the radiance which was once so bright be now forever taken from my sight. Though nothing can bring back the hour of splendor in the grass, glory in the flower. We will grieve not, rather find strength in what remains behind.”

Editor’s Note

Editor’s Note

Writing can be a liberating outlet for feelings, thoughts, or just energy in general.  This month’s issue focuses on all things creepy, spooky, and science fiction.  The worlds created in the imagination of a writer are some of the most fantastical and most complicated.  All of the […]

Editor’s Note

Editor’s Note

I am ecstatic to be the new Editor-in-Chief of The Collegian. Our literary magazine serves as an open forum for writers of all walks at Washington College…

Spain 2012: Why is Life So Good

Spain 2012: Why is Life So Good

…I went to Burgos, a town more to the North that also happens to be a stop on the Camino de Santiago. I saw El Cid’s tomb and a statue in his honor…