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Authors Articles by Sam Cormier '17

Sam Cormier '17

Sam Cormier '17
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A pencil. A paint brush. A blank sheet of paper. And paints. Separately, each of these objects, is plain, one dimensional, empty, and devoid of purpose. Yet in the hands of a master artist, these disparate items come to life, unified into one story told in color, shape, and line. A story that reaches beyond the page and pulls...
The 6th period bell echoes throughout the halls of Jesuit as a sea of boisterous students surges towards the cafeteria. Following in their wake, teachers quietly drift through the cafeteria and into the faculty commons, leaving behind a rowdy world of English, and entering the new, tranquil world of Spanish less than ten feet away. Mrs. Klickman, a Spanish...
Pencil hits paper, and the faint scratch of lead on a desktop fills a packed, college lecture hall. One Pre-Med student furiously transcribes his professor's lesson on Biology, preparing for an upcoming assessment. It is Mr. Ben Kirby’s final year of Undergraduate school, a checkpoint along the wearying road to becoming a doctor in the field of medicine. However, nearly...
Article written with the assistance of Jacqueline A. '16, Ursuline Bear Facts Albert Einstein presses firmly on his brown, suede fedora, preventing the cap from flying off his head as he dashes through the courtyard between the A and B hallways. He races ahead of other vivid characters, including Pablo Picasso, Elvis Presley, and other patrons of the Lapin Agile,...

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