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Writer’s Corner: Megan Burns

Sophomore Megan Burns

Amanda Charowsky, Editor

October 26, 2018

Megan Burns, sophomore, has been writing poetry since fifth grade. “I have a pretty big vocabulary, and I like to use fancier words. Poetry gives me a chance to use them,” Burns said. Burns wrote her featured poem, Storms, on a rainy day. “I was having a pretty bad day, and the rain was like a diffuser for m...

Beauty from Afar

Beauty from Afar

Annabella Chaklos, Staffer

October 15, 2018

Your eyes have the green of the forest, They own the blue of the sea. Behind them is a universe, So interesting to me. Your golden locks flow in curls down your face, The color of your hair took the sun's place. The shade of your lips never fades away, That bright, cherry red always...

Alternate Exposure

Alternate Exposure

Amanda Charowsky, Editor

October 12, 2018

                    How did you decide what objects to use in the photos? Because I like sharks. Which photo do you like more: black or white? I like the black one because the object appears brighter and the phot...

Happy Fall!

Happy Fall!

Maggie Brennan and Aubrey Snyder

October 9, 2018

Fall, fall The most wonderful season of all Grab your light jacket and head out the door Getting ready to go on hayrides, carve pumpkins, and so much more There's apple and cider and spices galore You'll love it all, that is for sure So cuddle up when the air gets a chill When outside...

ETC with Michael Johnson-Ponce

ETC with Michael Johnson-Ponce

DeAnna Stevenson, EIC

May 14, 2018

DeAnna Stevenson interviews Michael Johnson-Ponce.

Amanda Charowsky ETC

Amanda Charowsky ETC

Haley Tidmore, Staffer

May 9, 2018

Amanda Charowsky speaks about her poem "Summer & Winter"

Meet Artist Lily Hale

Meet Artist Lily Hale

Amanda Charowsky, Staffer

February 2, 2018

      You submitted three things: which of these is your favorite and why?             I think it's going to be the one I painted and designed myself - I wasn't                  just taking a picture of a tree.   Do you enjo...

Aubrey McNulty

Aubrey McNulty

Haley Tidmore, Staffer

January 25, 2018

Aubrey McNulty Grade 5 “The Flower of Bluescript” drawing  ...

Meet Photographer Allura McCuller

Meet Photographer Allura McCuller

Elizabeth Garraway, Editor-In-Chief

December 12, 2017

EG: What inspired you while shooting these photos? AM: While taking these photographs, I was inspired by the perspective I was able to capture the subject in, and by seeing details that most people cannot see. EG: What is your favorite thing about photography? AM: My favorite thing about photogra...

Drawing Through The Years

Drawing Through The Years

Mark Disabella, Staffer

November 29, 2017

Senior, Sadie Bowman speaks on her journey through art. What inspires you to make art? “Intense details in objects. I’ll look at a desk and look at the wood grains. That’s what inspires me.” How often do you draw/paint? “I do both, but I mainly paint. Whatever I’m feeling at the moment...

Meet Artist Catori Mike

Elizabeth Garraway, Editor-In-Chief

October 17, 2017

Catori Mike is in 7th grade at D.H.H. Lengel Middle School. This painting was inspired by the artist Charles Demuth. For this project, students were required to use paint and to incorporate their favorite number. Mike used the number 13 because she will be turning 13 years old.   Q&A with...

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