Category Archive: Featured

a day in haikus

By: Rebecca Weinberger 1. a new year, a new class page. dear haikulearning, thanks for functioning 2. my handwriting looks nice in this word let’s admire it for 12 minutes 3. i stayed… Continue reading

A Non-Artist Walks Inside An Art Room

By: Maaryah Malik In an art room, paint brushes will have been used countless of times by eager hands itching to put work on a page.  Once used, the paint brushes will start… Continue reading

Trash Can

By: Sue Roy I sit just a few feet from the corner- I really don’t want to be more secluded than I already am. I’m a robot-like figure, easily taken apart. I am… Continue reading

My Mother’s Shoes

By: Kacey Gill I’d never noticed her shoes before. They were black patent leather – or at least they used to be patent leather. After all the years of use, they had become… Continue reading

A Small Coming Of Age, Written

By: Isabella Nilsson             I’ve been trying my whole life to get a handle or a grip on this thing called writing, but I’ve never really managed it. I had always thought that… Continue reading

Giffels

By: McKenna Ritter The dark metal hooks stretch like ivy from a mahogany base. The lower hook forms a “G” with its counterpart the hidden signature of the carpenter, possibly named George or… Continue reading

My Son Is Tamir Rice

By: Kacey Gill I’m sitting here, staring at my laptop trying to motivate myself to write an article about the American male and the rape culture that surrounds us in this day and… Continue reading

Featured Music: The Moxies, Nat & Alex Wolff, and Hozier

By: Savannah O’Sickey Have you been looking for new music to add to your Spotify playlists, 8track stations, or iTunes library?? If you answered yes to any of those questions, then this is… Continue reading

Breaking News: A Feature on the Broadcasting Club

By Molly Coughlin Lights, Camera, Action! The WCC, the broadcasting club, is filled with high-tech cameras, large lights, computers used to edit videos into pieces of art, and even a green screen! The… Continue reading

My Mom’s Shoes  

By: Sue Roy There are almost like Keds, Size 8.5, Just like my sister and I, Practical, sneaker-like, flat. My mom is like that, Practical and always thinking, Always moving, always loving. Her… Continue reading