Category Archive: Arts

A Poem of Autumn

by Vala Schriefer I always love when the maples become nervous faltering under the sky Where the branches stick out like fish bones on an aquamarine plate ribs and spines; sharp silhouettes braving… Continue reading

Does music help you study?

by Ella Kazazic Students often try to learn and do homework while listening to music. This has many benefits and harms, but studies have shown to be ambiguous in finding out whether listening… Continue reading

How to Handletter

by Brice Bai

Art in Cleveland

By: Raea Palmieri Celebrating their centennial, the Cleveland Museum of Art has many new and exciting exhibits for the 2016/17 year. Currently, the museum is exhibiting a wide range of art, including the Art… Continue reading

Ingmar Bergman’s The Magic Flute

By Vala Schriefer The Magic Flute is Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart’s acclaimed two act opera that presents a range of magnificent arias, duets and ensembles. The Magic Flute is a moving tale of love,… Continue reading

A Chat with Clint Smith

By Lekha Medarametla “Poetry is when an emotion has found its thought and the thought has found words.” – Robert Frost Last Thursday, writer, teacher and spoken work poet Clint Smith visited HB… Continue reading

Great Study Playlist to Keep You Awake Yet Relaxed! by Nell Bruckner

Unexpected Complementary Colors

By Haley Yahraus Some color combinations are obviously beautiful while others are more subtle. Here are a few colors that unexpectedly complement one another.

Great Study Playlist to Keep You Awake Yet Relaxed!

by Nell Bruckner spotify:user:1248559834:playlist:55XZr8GRzda0yeLRrPc1SE  

My Experience at the CIFF

by Vala Schriefer I purchased my first ticket for the day at a quarter to eleven. The sun had crawled across the sky, but there was not a shard of sunlight to be… Continue reading