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Molly Smith walks through New York City at Stonewall.

Molly Smith, Staff Reporter

Molly Smith is a junior at Eastern hoping to create a world of greater transparency, wisdom, and acceptance through her writing. Her life’s mission is to one day be an advocate for queer youth through her various works, including music, poetry, and a multitude of personal narrative pieces. She is currently writing her debut novel and hoping to take her work to New York City, her motive since she was a little girl. She wants to tell you in every possible way to keep writing, because there are always folk that need your mind or even share it.

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 During his time on Earth, Cloud certainly accomplished what he said best. “You have to find your own style, let your style develop. It’s not something that you can just take from a book. Style is how you hold yourself.”

Remembering Angus Cloud

Molly Smith, Staff Reporter
January 21, 2024
Chapell Roans album, The Rise and Fall of a Midwest Princess

The Hope of Chapell Roan

Molly Smith, Staff Reporter
January 20, 2024
  Most birds can not swim. What they can do, though, is travel with their words and songs to build themselves a reason to lay in. I think that is something to celebrate.

Bird In The Water

Molly Smith, Staff Reporter
January 19, 2024
A Barnes & Noble display dedicated to banned books

The Paradox of Book Bans

Molly Smith, Staff Reporter
January 19, 2024
If we are taught that diversity is applause-worthy in amphibians and our biome, why not be taught that it is in us?  Image created on CanvaPro. Flag Background: Credit: Icon by Vicons Design

The Quarter Untaught

Molly Smith, Staff Reporter
November 29, 2023
A poem regarding the erasure of the queer community in education

The Banned

Molly Smith, Staff Reporter
November 25, 2023
A poem tackling the topics of abuse and manipulation

The Realization

Molly Smith, Staff Reporter
November 25, 2023
The burnout and self reflection that comes from creation

The Creation

Molly Smith, Staff Reporter
November 25, 2023
Writer’s burnout expressed as, ironically enough, dedication to an art and a city.

The Harlem-Bound Brain

Molly Smith, Staff Reporter
October 2, 2023
Smith recounts Siffres importance to herself and her growth as a writer.

An Open Letter To Labi Siffre

Molly Smith, Staff Reporter
September 15, 2023
Molly Smith walks through New York City at Stonewall.

[Photo] Molly Smith

September 12, 2023
 But gender identification is separate from the mere way one dresses. If I dip a carrot in ranch dressing, the carrot is still a carrot.

New Year, old assumptions 

Molly Smith, Staff Reporter
February 23, 2022
Its that time of the year. For a lot of us, this year is the same as always. That makes for a nationwide FOMO, or Fear of Missing Out. 

International FOMO day

Molly Smith, Staff Reporter
February 21, 2022
The Jagged Little Pill show itself has apologized for their wrongdoings, however, their actions say another thing. For a show with representation they seem to lack the true activism they claim to hold dear.

Jagged Little “Activism”

Molly Smith, Staff Reporter
January 11, 2022
Should critical race theory be taught in school? Legislators have conflicting things to say all around the country.

Critical race theory is crucial

Molly Smith, Staff Reporter
January 6, 2022

[Video] Muscles

Molly Smith, Staff Reporter
October 29, 2021

Refreshed

Molly Smith, Staff Reporter
September 23, 2021
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