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The Concept of Beauty in Gail Levine’s Fairest by Abigail Merrit

The Concept of Beauty in Gail Levine’s Fairest by Abigail Merrit

No fairytale princess is as memorable as beautiful Snow White. Gail Carson Levine, however, does not portray blood-red lips and pale white skin as beautiful as the tales would let you believe.  No, in her novel Fairest, Levine casts her Snow White figure, Maid Aza, […]

Black Coffee and Action Figures: A Profile of Nick Kaminsky by Haley Sisson

Black Coffee and Action Figures: A Profile of Nick Kaminsky by Haley Sisson

All I knew about Nick Kaminsky before I met him was that he was a history professor and author, so I imagined him as an older man with grey hair, glasses, wider build and a low voice, a very stale personality and quite possibly a […]

Back-up Your Conscience by Eileen Heintz

Back-up Your Conscience by Eileen Heintz

A black limousine crawled up to the emptying research building. The chauffer unfolded himself from the front seat, adjusted his cap forward on his head, and took his place at the car’s back door to await his passengers. A well-dressed young couple with a map […]

“A Love” by Alyssa Shields with Author Commentary

“A Love” by Alyssa Shields with Author Commentary

A Love by Alyssa Shields -after Brian Doyle’s “A Sin” Fell in love yesterday, in chapel, at ten. I sang with a boy, whose voice grabbed me by the ears, he surprised me so greatly that I stopped and thought, and when he stopped to […]

“The Dock” by Olivia Lippert

“The Dock” by Olivia Lippert

___________________________________________________ Olivia Lippert is a junior at Bethany Lutheran College. She is a Theatre and Communication double major (with a Spanish minor) who greatly enjoys taking photos and journaling about life. Her other hobbies include acting, cooking, crafting, traveling, doing fun hairdos, and playing piano. […]

Oklahoma! a reflection by Emeline Ring

Oklahoma! a reflection by Emeline Ring

Unlike many students involved in plays and musicals, I began Oklahoma! as a complete theater novice. While others were brimming with excitement to audition for their desired parts, I was content to test out the waters of musical theater. Due to my friends’ enthusiasm for […]

Broadside by Madelaine Cordes – Quote by Micheal Torres

Broadside by Madelaine Cordes – Quote by Micheal Torres

Madelaine Cordes designed this poster in her Digital Painting class. She is a Graphic Design major and a Junior at Bethany Lutheran College. She has a penchant for fun words (i.e. exacerbate), old things (especially clothing), and books. She loves to read (shocker, she knows, what […]

One Professor’s Story of Publishing in Academia By Dr. Robert Hanna

One Professor’s Story of Publishing in Academia By Dr. Robert Hanna

When I was asked by The Well to reflect on my experiences as a published author, the timing of the request was quite interesting.  The immediately preceding e-mail letter in my in-box was an editor’s acceptance letter and contract for a two-part article that I […]

6 Places to Submit Your Writing and Art by Grace Bollhagen

6 Places to Submit Your Writing and Art by Grace Bollhagen

Have you created something special and want to share it with the world? Do you want to be a published artist or writer? Here are six great literary magazines for undergraduates to send in submissions, other than the campus Inkwell Magazine, of course. Submitting is […]