The first half-semester back on campus brought with it a flurry of feelings, both confusing and enlightening. We asked State Press staff and ASU students to write to us about their experiences returning to in-person schooling in 100 words or fewer.
These "tiny stories" were submitted as the first part of a new series from the Echo desk where both State Press staff and readers can submit creative writing pieces according to a specific theme or genre chosen for each collection of stories.
The upcoming theme will be fear in all shapes, sizes and forms. How has fear affected you — whether comically or seriously — and how have these experiences shaped your time at ASU?
Respond in a short story of 100 words maximum by emailing them to The Echo at email@example.com or filling out this form. We look forward to hearing from you for the Halloween edition of this series.
If you are interested in submitting your own piece for our next round of submissions, keep an eye on the State Press Twitter account for more information. We look forward to seeing your spooky stories.
Have any ideas for themes for future editions of this series? Reach out to the Echo desk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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