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Airplanes (in the night sky)

Alicia Freeman is a graduate student and Mustang Daily poetry contributor. *A Zombie Interlude* Watch me carve our names Into that graffitied bench (or that dancing hobo’s neck.) Sometimes when I think of life, I think it’s all an apocalypse of some heartbreaking, destroying kind. I don’t see any zombies here I only see families […]

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Do's and don'ts for meeting the family

Alicia Freeman is an English senior and Mustang Daily relationship columnist. The holidays return again. The Christmas decorations invade the spaces that once held Halloween costumes and no Thanksgiving decorations. (Christmas seems to be the self-involved holiday bully: it always takes all the thunder away from poor, gluttonous Thanksgiving. It’s just not right.) As many […]

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Long-distance relationships: Romantic or doomed?

Alicia Freeman is an English junior and Mustang Daily relationship advice columnist. Readers can contact her at aliciafreeman.md@gmail.com. “I crave your mouth, your voice, your hair. Silent and starving, I prowl through the streets.” As an English major, I like to think that people in long-distance relationships “prowl through the streets” craving the various body […]



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