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Fiction & Nonfiction

2016

  • True Words by Kyle Strachila
  • Kyle is a senior in Honors pursuing majors in economics sciences and agriculture food systems, with minors in business and Spanish. He grew up on his family farm near Deming, Washington, the setting of his story, and enjoys hiking, camping and snowboarding, vegetable gardening with his mom, as well as reading books about US Presidents. He plans on a career in agriculture business to utilize his knowledge of agriculture with his leadership skills.
  • Chasing Nothing by Rebecka Bence
  • Rebecka is a junior in Honors pursuing a major in environmental science, and with minors in Spanish and geology. Writing is one of her favorite hobbies, in addition to baking cupcakes, playing soccer, or just being outdoors. She draws from her experiences living all over the United States, as a ‘military brat,’ to write her fiction and poetry.
  • Statera by Teva Mayer
  • Teva is an Honors student currently finishing up her sophomore year abroad in New Zealand. Pursuing a major in zoology, and double minors in fine arts and wildlife ecology, she garners her inspiration for short stories, poetry, and photography from nature and the connectivity between the sciences and arts.
  • Crimson Stains by Anastasia Fish
  • Ana is a sophomore in Honors from Southern California and is pursuing a major in biology, and a minor in Spanish. She joined the ROTC program and is now exploring her interests with the Army in addition to her studies.

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Poetry

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Digital Multimedia

WSU Snowday

by Garrett Kalt
Medium: Video

Garrett is a sophomore in Honors from Fallon, Nevada pursuing a major in communications and political science. Garrett serves as a Senator of the Associated Students of Washington State University, fosters a community as a Resident Advisor, and shares the love of his university as a member of the Student Alumni Ambassadors and campus tour guide. He hopes to use his skills and passion for leadership in the realm of politics as a communicator. Garrett is all about making memories, spending time with family and friends, and enjoying the outdoors.


Metanoia

by Risto McFeeley
Medium: Video

Over the last three months, there’s been a progressive change going on in my life, ultimately culminating in where I am now. I could tell something was different, but it wasn’t until a couple weeks ago that I finally figured out what that change was: For the first time in at least a decade, and quite possibly my whole life, I’m not living my life for someone else. There is no one who I’m trying to impress, no one I’m trying to please, no one making me filter my actions. I’m just being me, and being happy with that. If people like it, lovely, and if they don’t… well, I can’t please everyone, so not a lot of sense in trying! I may as well be me, because no one else can ever do that for me.

My goal for this video was to illustrate this realization through both my movement and the music. I wanted to show off some moves and combos that are definitively my own, not necessarily because they’re too hard for other freerunners, but because they’re just not things that other people would think to do. As far as the music goes, it’s Ecruteak City, my favorite place ever, even though it’s not actually real. Being an orchestrated version of a Pokemon song, it’s a mature package of something that’s still childish at heart, just like me! As much as I wish could say that I created this wonderful piece of music, I did not, and as such, all rights belong to the makers, not me.

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Music

2013

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