Life in Abstract III

Life in Abstract III

March 3, 2015


Filed under Creative Writing

Artwork done by Maariyah Ford

Life in Abstract II

Life in Abstract II

March 3, 2015


Filed under Creative Writing

Artwork done by Maariyah Ford

Life in Abstract I

Life in Abstract I

March 3, 2015


Filed under Creative Writing

Artwork done by Arts & Entertainment editor

Uncertainty-Sonnet I

Uncertainty-Sonnet I

Brandon Young, Creative Arts Editor

March 2, 2015


Filed under Creative Writing

My life without her here is dull and gray No one to hug, no escape from this pain If love be so, why then my heart is prey? For this is it? My love to be in vain?   I have seen darkness before, cold and faint And no such sorrow seems to fade away But in this darkness does it...

The Ukrainian Crisis and Who is Right

The Ukrainian Crisis and Who is Right

Zak Parchen, Staff Reporter

March 2, 2015


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

It has been many years since a nation has expanded its borders, but that is likely to change with the emergence of the Ukrainian Crisis.  Vast disagreements from both the Western World along with Ukraine and the secessionist rebels backed by Russia over the crisis are becoming the center of current...

Ms. Ben-Chetrit Interview

Ms. Ben-Chetrit Interview

Steven Tong, Staff Reporter

March 2, 2015


Filed under Creative Writing, Showcase

Ms. Ben-Chetrit is an art teacher at Birmingham Community Charter High School. In her class, she teaches her students the principles of art: line, color, value, form, shape and pattern. These principles of design are taught to her students so that they can demonstrate their understanding of them....

My Heart’s Erosion

My Heart’s Erosion

Sadie Winterer, Editor in Chief

March 2, 2015


Filed under Creative Writing

Dry, encumbered, breathless, and vague. I'm numb to the heat, Breathing deeply.   Eyes drift forward closed and somber, Whipped by the air. Noses stifled, wet, lacking.   The sky grows cold against this dry despair. The mountains grown old against the cold,...

Teenagers and Tattoos

Teenagers and Tattoos

Marie E. Rodriguez, Website Editor

March 2, 2015


Filed under Opinion, Showcase

“Some people see it as a self-expressive art form while others see it as a rebellious immature act that will one day be regretted,” states an anonymous writer in Bellingham, RI. 'No' is the usual answer when a young teenager asks their parents for permission to have a tattoo. The obvious response...

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