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Running Away From Myself

Running Away From Myself

Steven Keehner, Managing Editor

October 3, 2019

Shed your skin, find a better body to fit in.

We Move Forward.

We Move Forward.

Steven Keehner, Managing Editor

September 15, 2019

Future I can't see, I'm trying to find my own two feet. I was leaning on something, I was leaning on nothing. Didn't know 'til I came.

Where Do We Go From Here?

Where Do We Go From Here?

Steven Keehner, Associate Editor

May 21, 2019

It comes in waves and I'm pulled below. It's not subjective, it's clinical. Drown myself in the undertow of all my imbalanced chemicals. And the cycle comes full circle again.

How to Eat Ramen With a Plastic Knife

How to Eat Ramen With a Plastic Knife

Steven Keehner, Associate Editor

April 11, 2019

I'm free to be whatever I, whatever I choose, and I'll sing the blues if I want.

Thomas to Baltimore: How Sports Can Reflect Our Society

Thomas to Baltimore: How Sports Can Reflect Our Society

Steven Keehner, Associate Editor

March 18, 2019

Earl Thomas' move to the Baltimore Ravens may be an important football move. But, the implications it carries are bigger than any game.

Billy Volek: The Story of My Favorite Backup

Billy Volek: The Story of My Favorite Backup

Steven Keehner, Associate Editor

March 7, 2019

It takes a special loser to admit that they have a favorite backup quarterback. Luckily, for you all, I’m that loser.

What the Quarterback Position Can Teach Us About Failure

What the Quarterback Position Can Teach Us About Failure

Steven Keehner, Associate Editor

February 14, 2019

What does the greatest of all time, a man better known for his children, and a black athletic icon have in common? They all can have a bad day.

Walking Into the Fire?

Walking Into the Fire?

Steven Keehner, Associate Editor

February 7, 2019

Let's look at the question of my lifetime: what comes first, love or money?

Murder, Imperialism, and a Pigeon: The Story of Bill Bergen

Murder, Imperialism, and a Pigeon: The Story of Bill Bergen

Steven Keehner, Associate Editor

January 31, 2019

In a sport of failure, Bill Bergen managed to be the worst.

Keyworth Stadium: The House Its Fans Built

Keyworth Stadium: The House Its Fans Built

December 13, 2018

In a world of million dollar stadiums, one small American soccer club set out to prove that actions speak louder than money.

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