Feuer and Sons, Paper Contractors

by Eric Feuer, SUNY Cortland, March 3, 2011

"What now?" I ask. I was staring at a hole in the ground. The biggest hole I had ever seen, because it was all that remained of the five bedroom house. The fireplace, kitchen, three car garage and marble

Dictionary Entries

by Alexandra DeVoe,, February 28, 2011

Malinger: "I'm not going to make it into work today. I can't even get out of bed" "Oh no, I hope you don't have that stomach bug going around." "Who knows, I've been nauseated all night. See you Monday."


by Justin Curry,, December 3, 2010

"This seems dangerous," says Ryan Dunn while awaiting to be sling shot into a pool via wheelbarrow. 'This seems dangerous' is one of the perfect quotes to define the many skits that the new Jackass has to offer. But

The Fun of Writing

by Justin Curry,, December 2, 2010

To begin, is to say 'Fuck, where do I begin?' Try to be concise and don't fall apart. If I am going to lead to something, stick to it. Follow the idea closely and never let it out of

Notes on Raymond Carver

by Chris Linforth,, November 5, 2010

Notes on Raymond Carver's story "What We Talk About When We Talk About Love." Raymond Carver's 1981 book, What We Talk About When We Talk About Love, is a collection of short stories about the nature and diversity of love.

101 Words

by Meghan Minihan,, November 4, 2010

The night is a pallid gray blue that descends from the sky blurring the lines of cars, buildings and trees. The leaves of the trees were stained black and swayed in the clear and chilled breeze. Shadows twisted and rolled

The Late, Great Mitch Hedberg

by David Mindich,, October 1, 2010

On August 12th of this past summer comedienne Lynn Shawcroft, along with Mary and Arne Hedberg, held a second memorial service for the late great comedian, Mitch Hedberg. Mitch was born on February 24th, 1968 in St. Paul, Minnesota to

Spanish Harlem

by Meghan Minihan,, October 1, 2010

The beginning notes of Ben E. King's "Spanish Harlem," plays light and sweet on the radio while my dad leans back in his seat. He holds the steering wheel loosely with his left hand. The world is a giant swirl.

It's All Coming Back to Me Now

by Briana Candito,, October 1, 2010

There are two distinct memories that flash into my mind as "There were nights when the wind was so cold" drowns into my speakers from time to time. It is almost absurd how emotionally Celine Dion and her full-fledged backup

The College Community Orchestra--a little French, a little Italian

by John Cataldo, , May 20, 2010

This musical performance was supposed to spark interest in French and Italian style music. In this performance the audience experienced songs by the orchestra, chorus and special guests, Annamaria Guerriero and Amedeo Aurilio. The addition of these guests gave

The Gospel Choir's Spring Concert

by John Cataldo, , May 20, 2010

The gospel choir held a spring concert this year which included other musical groups, such as, Cortland A Capella, Piano Instrumentals and Jazz. I really enjoy gospel music even though it is not the most popular genre of music. Many


by Brian Lupo,, November 24, 2009

Say Anything It's been pretty crazy being a Say Anything fan. Let me explain. The brains behind the group Say Anything, Max Bemis became a semi-star after the 2004 album a Real Boy was a breakout success. I

Ghosts, Ghouls, and Barbers?

by Samantha Ward,, November 20, 2009

Halloween weekend I saw plenty of Lady Gaga's and Sailors running around Cortland. SUNY Cortland was not lacking witches, bumbles bees, or professional sports players. The costumes that caught my attention, however, could not be seen in Marc's Pizzeria

The Birth of a Lioness

by Brooke Miller, Cornell University, October 7, 2009

Darkness stretches its finger tips out across the earth blurring my vision as I try to find the keyhole to unlock the car door. It is 3AM. As I sit down in the seat, close the door, and place