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Abbey Brockmeyer

If it means building an illegal chicken coup in her backyard and disguising it as a dollhouse, Abby Brockmeyer is not scared to take a stand. The 19-year-old Maryland native spent the summer helping her dad raise chickens in a residential area next to a major highway. “I don’t think where we live should be …

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Questions of Character

The twelve of us were all sitting by our computers when our teacher walked in late. He didn’t apologize for it or give us an explanation as to why he came strolling in five minutes past the time he was supposed to be there. Instead, he calmly slid his briefcase down on the desk and …

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The Playlist to My Life

The Playlist to My Life

You all probably have over 500 songs on your iPod or your iTunes. Hundreds upon hundreds, even. But do you ever stop and think about why you choose to have those hundreds of songs on your list? Do you listen to all of them, or do you listen to some particular songs? What is it …

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Wildwood Magazine

Back to the Creek

The other night I saw that pictures were added to the Beach Creek Oyster Bar & Grille page on Facebook. When the album caption popped up on my news feed, I obviously had to sneak a peek. In all honesty, I have not given much thought to the summer or my summer work, mainly because …

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Desk Copy

Picture Peeping with New Smartphone App

Ever wanted to steal a peek at the pictures people around you are taking? Well, a new Smartphone application allows you to do it. Imagine a new kind of social network—a social network more revolutionary than both Facebook and Twitter—the next generation of social network. Not necessarily for people you know, but for people you …

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Wildwood Magazine

Spring Awakening

I went for a jog this past Sunday in the park where I always run. There is a dirt path that is buried deep behind the trees and reaches back for miles, before returning full circle to lead right around to the beginning of the clearing. It is a winded path, carved beside a lake …

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Short Story

Music of the Night

Whenever I see a piano or hear just the right note perfectly resonate from it and fill the room with melody, I think of you. But I guess it’s not just the piano that makes me think of you, but music in general. And every kind, too. Whenever I hear the perfect song, or the …

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ECU Snags Top Acts

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PIX6u-y5NtE?fs=1&w=480&h=295] Supers: Allie Collinson Special Events Chair Student Activities Board 00:00:27-00:00:40 Allie Collinson Special Events Chair Student Activities Board 00:00:40-00:00:58 Allie Collinson Special Events Chair Student Activities Board 00:01:01-00:01:08 Jillian McGough ECU Student 00:01:13-00:01:24 Reporter PG as follows: (Natalie) SHWAYZE AND LUPE FIASCO HOPPED ON BOARD THE PIRATE SHIP. THEN CAROLINA LIAR AND JASON …

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