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Nine Mile
Nicole E. DiPaolo
Indiana University
As is the case with many twelve-year-old sixth graders, I used to be a little self-centered. I was in the middle of puberty, with hormones raging and jumbling my mind in all kinds of ways, and the fact that I was slightly socially awkward and seen…

Willow Tree
Indiana University
June 4th 2006
The volunteers in the red shirts direct us to enter our corrals. It`s race time. Twenty-three thousand of us cram into our assigned areas and stand shoulder-to-shoulder, no room to move. I know what lies in waitfifty-four…

A Keyboard in my Crib
Indiana University
(Note: This was for an undergraduate transfer application.)
My musical journey began innocently enough, in my infancy, with a toy keyboard placed in my crib as a diversion. Though I would not begin formal instruction on an instrument for several…

Finding Your Animal Totem
Brad Boyle
Indiana University
“On Thursday,” announced my religion teacher, “we will be going to the zoo to find our animal totems.” For those that dont know, an animal totem represents the Native American belief that each person has a connection to a specific animal. I was…

My Life
Jordan Williams
Indiana University
Jooooorrrrddddannnnn,? my mom screamed with utter fear and panic in her voice. Surprisingly, amongst all of the chaos, her voice was all that I heard. Im not sure if I was disoriented, bewildered or just in complete shock but at that particular…

Home Away From Home
Laith Nasfat Shehadeh
Indiana University
For many of my friends, summer break means swimming at the local pool and hanging out at our downtown movie theater. Yet for me, summer means traveling 6,000 miles to a completely different country, where I speak a completely different language…

Life at Rivercourt
Caley Dempsey
Indiana University
At first I just sat and watched, dreading the moment Susan would ask me to scream out numbers. But as promised, she gave me a little nudge and told me it was my turn to call. “B-7, B-7” I said in a timid voice, scared to speak any higher than a…

Hook, Line and thinker.
Dan Schwarz
Indiana University
To many, it may seem farfetched to associate the feeling of being perfectly content with a sport as salty as fishing, but not to me. The way the cork grip of a fishing rod gingerly held between my fingers instills the feeling of being so…

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