By Shelley Debartlo CamposContinue reading “Their Escapence”
By Salma OsobleContinue reading “Not Everyone Celebrates and That’s Okay”
If you say that you haven’t found yourself mirroring the amazing glamorous lives of the people you see on screen, then you’re lying. We’ve all wanted to be smart like Rory Gilmore, rich like Blair Waldorf, or adventurous like the Pogues and live the same as so many other popular characters. From the millions of TV shows and movies available to watch, some really stand out and make a large impact on our generation. Teen-oriented series have grown to be incredibly popular over the last few decades. These media can have amazing plotlines, actors, and representation, but very few do a good job of illustrating realistic teenage lives.Continue reading “The Unrealistic Portrayal of Teenagers in Movies and Shows”
By Shelley DebartoloContinue reading “Probation”
Shelley Debartolo Continue reading Remember Me
By Abigail Brown Continue reading A Silent House by the Sea
By Katherine Dorensky Continue reading A Poem
By Shelley Debartolo Campos
Ezekiel kidnaps people for money. Haru works tirelessly to support herself and her family.
One night Haru has to transfer money to her mom at a bank, but she gets lost and meets Ezekiel who’s running away from the police. He puts a knife to her throat.
Tortured Dreams is a story of crime and love, as Haru and Ezekiel face danger, murder, theft and an unlikely romance. Continue reading Tortured Dreams Pt 1
By Katherine Hunt
The dust had accumulated in a thin layer on top. It managed to slip through the cracks, the pores of the cardboard. I didn’t like the stuffiness. That added with the dark made an unbearable atmosphere. It made me unbelievably hopeful when the door opened, giving me slivers of light in my box. Continue reading A Shoe’s Journey
Poetry by Sathya Siva Continue reading January Ending