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Jillian Morrison ’17 a winner from Spalding’s Word Hotel.

Jillian Morrison ’17 is one of three prize winners from Word Hotel, the lit journal of the Spalding University BFA program, for her poem “Everything You Loved About Me Has Changed.”

Everything You Loved In Me Has Changed

I’m eight

when I watch the sun travel down the hill so green

and my mind wanders from the splendid vision of the bottom of the sea

to the marking of a bumble bee, a clear yellow sting

 
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Wyverns in the U.S. Supreme Court!

From left: Kinsey Morrison, Jillian Morrison and Teagan Morrison.

From left: Kinsey Morrison, Jillian Morrison and Teagan Morrison.

Kinsey Morrison ’14, Jillian Morrison G’13, ’17, and Teagan Morrison G’17, ’21, are participating in an amicus curiae (friend of the court) brief that has been filed with the U.S. Supreme Court in the pending case of Obergefell v. Hodges. The brief, which lists the Family Equality Council, COLAGE, and Kinsey Morrison as named amici, argues that children of same-sex couples who are denied marriage equality can themselves suffer from marriage-ban discrimination. They are asking the Supreme Court to rule that same-sex marriage bans are unconstitutional under the 14th Amendment.

Here is a link to the brief itself.

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