Last week we hosted the first Honors Scholars reception to recognize our first Honors Scholar graduates. The food was great, the company was lively, and the music was lovely thanks to our harpist, Jenna Allen. During the ceremony, the featured Honors Scholar, Kyla Jung, gave a moving speech on what it means to be an […]
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Eddy Jordan’s poem “The Pink Thread” appears in the 2016 volume of the University of Colorado Honors Journal. When I pull the pink thread in your ear your brain gets thinner and hums. It sounds like so many tiny teapots in an oil drum in my chest. Your eyes water and soften and soon you’re a […]
CU student Ian Smith is a member of the Honors Writing Club. The Writing Club discusses, writes, and goes on writerly excursions to readings, plays, and other inspirational outings. The Writing Club is full for 2016, and will open to new members in 2017! Warren Lewis once described his literary group, The Inklings, (of which J.R.R […]
Kate Ross’ poem “Have I Made it Yet?” appears in the 2016 volume of the University of Colorado Honors Journal. It’s been a while since someone has ruined me but around you I am formless, tepid. I could tell you that, too – step outside this paper fort because you told me to be more […]
David Coons’ photo-essay “Mister Mistress” appears in the 2016 volume of the University of Colorado Honors Journal. Artist’s Statement: “Mister Mistress” is a fictional narrative photo-essay, presented through a self-portrait. This single portrait is the internal narrative of a transgendered individual, someone who was born as a man, but identifies as a woman. Content and […]
Kelsey Ruggaard’s print “I Scream, You Scream” is featured in the 2016 volume of the University of Colorado Honors Journal. Artist’s Statement: This print makes light of a tragic moment in history. By using bright fun colors, whimsical imagery and a pun for a title, I Scream, You Scream is a humorous take on […]
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