Catchglance - November

Look about you. Each fragment of our environment is a piece of a puzzle waiting to be examined, waiting to be seen in a new way, waiting to be discovered. Nucleus presents the first Catchglance: a sign, a texture, an image, a message, an idea, both captured forever and still waiting to be found. Can you find what we have found? If you know where it is, let us know...

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Find me out, don’t glance too high I am bare and cold before your eye. Tall, round, grey, my bearer stands As I sit scrawled by thoughtful hands On a pillar from a near-distant age Age of industry, its wall my page A fortress off where wheels might rest With weather wearied by my test. A message to those who do not try; A word of comfort, heart’s need so caught: Or a desperate anti-apathetic cry Runnelled by rain and running thoughts ‘Don’t just go, don’t dare, don’t die Without giving it a best of sorts’.

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(College) Recipe: Chocolate Peanut Butter Mug Cake

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