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My Friend Died on Monday, and She Shouldn’t Have

My Friend Died on Monday, and She Shouldn't Have

Serena Piervincenzi, Contributing Writer

October 24, 2019

Usually when  I write, I try to come up with an intriguing opening, but this time I cannot think of one.  My friend died on Monday, and she shouldn't have.  When I met Anna, we were 13-years-old and in a treatment center for depression and behavioral issues. Forty of us were crammed in a bu...

“How Are You? Good. I’m Fine”

“How Are You? Good. I’m Fine”

Jeremy Bellman, Contributing Writer

March 13, 2019

As I walk to class every day, I often run into a friend and exchange a few words. Our short conversations usually start and end the same way every time. It goes: “How are you doing today?” “I’m good. How about you?” “Good.” “I’ll see you later!” Simple. Nothing special. Just a casual encou...

Another way of feeling

Leah Myers

March 10, 2015

Sierra DeMulder, a slam poet, recited her writings on behalf of To Write Love On Her Arms in Lee 301 at 6 p.m. on Saturday, March 7. TWLOHA found videos of DeMulder reading her poems and invited her to come to speak to campus. DeMulder started writing and has continued to write poems based on her...

Comedian Kevin Breel speaks about depression

Patricia Oprea

April 2, 2014

Kevin Breel, a 22-year-old comedian, stepped on the stage of Dodds Theater March 10 and instantly started making sarcastic jokes and witty comments, just warming up the crowd for the rest of his show. Breel cracked jokes about Yale men wearing three scarves and pointy shoes, about the curtains onstage, and about his complementary UNH T-shirt. Kevin then...

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