Posts tagged "may 2016"
Angela's May Reads

Angela’s May Reads

  A list of things I read and loved in May:     This has both Marvel and Hamilton, so it’s like Linda Holmes decided to make all my dreams come true. But aside from that, it’s a brilliant look on how fictional stories can reflect our own political disagreements, and the personal weight many...
Defining Her

Defining Her

  Truth visits me at night, arms laden with nervousness and soft nourishment eyes brimming with more than i deserve.
tired of soul baring

tired of soul baring

I am a black girl with scars. They are dark brown and right next to my tattoo. I am not proud of them but I do not abhor them either.
The Hall of Memorable Experiences

The Hall of Memorable Experiences

    Pulling the tab up on the square plastic container, I tip some of the contents out into my hands. Truth be told, I actually hate mints. I hate the way they burn the inside of my nose when I smell them; I hate when my breath smells and I have to take one...
Stranger than Fiction

Stranger than Fiction

  A short article about truth and fiction by Kate Isabella. “Truth is stranger than fiction, but it is because Fiction is obliged to stick to possibilities; Truth isn’t.”  -Mark Twain. High school is full of fiction. The longer you spend there, the better you get at hiding things, whether it be from teachers, parents,...
Editor’s Letter — May 2016: TRUTH

Editor’s Letter — May 2016: TRUTH

I’m a pretty blunt person. This theme has been knocking around my head for awhile, and I’m happy to finally share it with you all.