New at the Pine Needle Magazine

The Pine Needle Magazine is a cultural journal, publishing extended essays, features, fiction, and commentary that reach beyond the typical forms and approaches of a newspaper.

Two new stories for you to read:

  • The Potent Fear of Surgery by Anthony Centineo: Monsters and zombies are the symbols of fright each October, but one student found his life’s scariest moment involved being cut open to have parts of him removed.
  • The Liberating Power of Home Ec by Alexandra Lundgren: Home Economics classes are a common target for advocates of women’s advancement, but a better strategy than attacking the classes would be to embrace their origin.

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