"The end of writer's week was amazing. I got to see three great authors talk about their personal experiences in life which really showed the ups and downs that everyone experiences. I liked the message that Mr.Brewner expressed and I was really…"
"Today we listened to Mr. Neri and I liked his story on how he finds inspiration for his stories. It was really interesting to hear his philosophy to never say no to new opportunities. This inspired me to try and model after that view and try to not…"
"Today I got to see Tyehimba Jess. It was so interesting on how he was able to make his sonnets be able to read any way you wanted, not only from top to bottom. He read his poems in a clockwise pattern, skipping every other line, and every way you…"
"Today at writers week, I really like the message that Matthew said during his speech was inspiring. It told me Overall, these speeches were lighter than the previous day, but they were just as passionate as the ones before. Each one of the…"
"Day 1 was sort of depressing for me. Although the writing was so excellent and visual, most of the themes that the speakers talked about were about depression, anxiety and more. However, even though they were sort of sad, the speakers such as Fariha…"
Is technology “feed”ing on us?by Andrew YinTechnology already consumes most of our lives. In fact, the average American teen spends around 9 hours per day on electronic devices, more than the average amount of time they spend sleeping. However, what if we bring that to a whole other level? What if we spend every single moment of our lives attached to technology? This is what the novel, “feed” by M.T. Anderson,…See More
Hope in an Ashen Winter“Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness” - Desmond TutuHope. Hope can drive people to fight their way out of tough situations, knowing that the end will be rewarding. This is a recurring theme throughout the book, Ashen Winter by Mike Mullin. The story takes place after a super- n, creating Ice Age conditions. Alex and…See More