Author Archives: Emma Fredrickson

Turkey Season

As I prepare to go back home this fall to northern Illinois, my mind inevitably turns towards the gang of wild turkeys that wreaks havoc upon my neighborhood year in and year out. Although it sounds melodramatic, I am not truly home until I am woken up at ungodly hours by the guttural, screeching call-and-response

Bunnies of LU

As anyone who has spent any moderate amount of time at Lawrence can attest, this campus is filled with bunnies. We’ve got fast ones, fluffy ones, relaxed ones, baby ones, social ones and chubby ones (though honestly the list could go on and on). Our campus seems to contain just about every type of “bun”

Memorize a Shel Silverstein Poem

“Oh, I’m being eaten By a boa constrictor, A boa constrictor, A boa constrictor, I’m being eaten by a boa                                   constrictor, And I don’t like it—one bit. Well, what do you know? It’s nibblin’ my toe. Oh, gee, It’s up to my knee. Oh my, It’s up to my thigh. Oh, fiddle, It’s up

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