“When she dreamt of something, she dreamt of ballet.”
by Katie Duggan on February 26, 2017March 5, 2017
A hometown reflection
by Katie Duggan on December 11, 2016February 18, 2017
“I wonder if he dreams at all, at this point. I hope his dreams are nice.”
by Katie Duggan on April 9, 2017April 8, 2017
Since the beginning of time, editors at The Nassau Weekly have taken their pens to each other’s Common Application essays…
by Carolyn Kelly, Katie Duggan on April 30, 2017July 22, 2017
We asked our stable of unstable writers to reflect on fear — personal, conceptual, metaphysical. They started with 300 words and narrowed focus and word count, by halves.
by Katie Duggan, Mikaela Gerwin, Oscar Mahoney, Will Rivitz, Zach Cohen on February 28, 2016
“Someone said this to me the other day: People always seem to press the elevator button again even if someone else has already pressed it.”
by Katie Duggan on October 15, 2017October 15, 2017
“We aren’t like the stars, so isolated, separated by light years.”
by Katie Duggan on August 10, 2016August 10, 2016
“We always did the same things every day: we went into the toy store and rearranged all the Rubik’s Cubes. We went into the library and looked at the medical encyclopedias or biographies of old ugly white guys in wigs.”
by Katie Duggan on October 1, 2017September 30, 2017
places you have lived, places you know better than anyone else, places in your mind, places you could inhabit, what it means to exist within a place
by Camila Legaspi, Conor Stonesifer, Elliott Eglash, Isabel Henderson, Katie Duggan, Rachel Stone, Sigrid Luth, Tamar Willis on November 21, 2015December 6, 2015
“Maybe it was the cheap thrill of furiously scratching them with a quarter, and seeing all those shimmery silver shavings pile up.”
by Katie Duggan on October 8, 2017October 8, 2017
In the succeeding entries, we telescope our sleepy selves.
by Anna Marsh, Anonymous, Jane Jeong, Katie Duggan, Malcolm Steinberg, Miriam Friedman, Tianyi Wang, Zach Cohen on March 12, 2017April 2, 2017
Coming from New Jersey, where my home and parents are only an easy hour and a half drive away, my transition to college was easier than most—at least in theory.
by Katie Duggan on October 24, 2015July 27, 2017
Bot check: What is the name of the farthest residential college from central campus?