Stories by Walter Ko

Claire Bugos, Walter Ko,

Wondering how to spend Family Weekend 2016? This convenient flow chart can tell you what to do, with or without parents.

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A Korean student relives the joy of being a Wildcat after returning to campus from military service.

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From Writing: How a father and son navigate a relationship separated by thousands of miles.

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"I may shiver in pain, but I will be screaming in joy for the most part ... I just declared expiration of my military service today."

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As part of the series on Camp Carroll, Walter Ko tells his story about his punishment of remaining on the base alone during Christmas.

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"It is, in a sense, a guilty pleasure to have someone suffering with me."

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"A tear forms over my eyelids, and uncontrollable breathing paralyzes my hands. I shove my face into a pillow, and call out “mama” soundlessly as I fall asleep."

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"I wake up around 3 o’clock in the morning only to find out my feet are icy cold. No one can help me. No one can deliver a eulogy for my lower body."

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"Unready to face tomorrow’s sunlight, I distance myself from reality, riding a train to the land of dreams."