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UMass Lowell Poem (Alma Mater Vol. 2: The Northeast)

A new day is upon us in higher education, and UML is on the rise. Dawning the Industrial Revolution, Lowell is known for manufacturing its own distinct place. And UML has produced new programs like Plastics Engineering to process an

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The George Washington University Poem (Alma Mater Vol. 2: The Northeast)

*The George Washington University* The facts are in. They’re in the printed papers of this Colony of Patriots Who Hatchet the iron curtain with the arm of The Press, The First Amendment is what each speech in Jack Morton is

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All Too Well

“Hey, you call me up again just to break me like a promise So casually cruel in the name of being honest I’m a crumpled up piece of paper lying here ‘Cause I remember it all, all, all too well.”

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Fade Into You

“If I was just ashes and you were the ground And under your willow they laid me down There’ll be no trace that one was once two After I fade into you” #Art

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Holy Ground

“Spinnin’ like a girl in a brand new dress We had this big wide city all to ourselves We blocked the noise with the sound of “I need you” And for the first time I had something to lose”

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Not In Attendance; Still Taking Notes

From Art of Mind III: The Evolution of a Trilogy *Not In Attendance; Still Taking Notes* Every relationship there is or ever was— Has been taken for granted. Yes, including yours. Not that You care. Your love is Solid and

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Alaska Pacific University Poem (Alma Mater Vol. 3: The West)

*Alaska Pacific University* Two words have never modeled one thing— More than this thing which APU clings, The words are apart, but like us they need the other, There is a oneness found in Each Other. In the largest state,

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Columbia University Poem (Alma Mater Vol. 2: The Northeast)

*Columbia University* Our Alma Mater, Let us address thee. At your ivy threshold, the blue academy of New York’s finest, We alert the presses of your honors & fill the news of your highness. Columbia Daily Spectator, monthly fills of

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American University Poem (Alma Mater Vol. 2: The Northeast)

*American University* Great University wearing our colors and name, Fortify this dream upon the Northeast, Represent in accuracy with patriot’s aim, Stream the stripes with uniformity’s crease. Over the redwood trees of dawn, Above the tracks of oppression’s lawn, The

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Smith College Poem (Alma Mater Vol. 2: The Northeast)

*Smith College* She sings a snaring song. A song not to dance to, But dedicated to gliding forward. She sings a mind-altering song for Those who were always told it is unsafe To dive the waters. She sings of writers

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