This summer has definitely been one to remember. With quarantine, you might need something to quench your thirst for reading material! Well, have no fear because we have plenty for you! Scroll through the beautiful drawings and read our creative pieces for the ultimate indoor experience!
mind & heart
A cartoon that shows the differing personalities in all of us! The confident extrovert versus the tired introvert.
Words of a Dream
“Laughter is timeless, Imagination has no age.” This is a powerful reminder that we should all, like Walt Disney, let our imagination run wild and create something beautiful.
Our worst nightmare reimagined and made tangible, this drawing is pertinent especially now in quarantine. Ghostly and scary and heart-stopping — her eyes will haunt you for days.
This will make you nostalgic for Stuyvesant — broken escalators and all! The title is fitting for Stuyvesant truly is an emblem.
Read this emotional yet sophisticated description of simple things in nature. In a sense, the relatability adds to the meaning as we all question ourselves on why we feel so empty.
Read this heart-wrenching poem. If you've ever lost anyone, it'll hit a very special note. The creative way of arranging the words adds to the depth of this lovely piece.
Welcome all to 2019! I hope you enjoy this issue where we start of the year with a collection of great poems accompanied with art from Hiruni. I hope you can take some time from studying for finals to slow down and check out what the Stuyvesant community has to offer. Please comment on any of the pieces you would like!
Can you imagine writing a phrase of alliteration for each letter of the alphabet and still making a poem that has meaning and reads smoothly? Well, Selina did it and yo should read it.
Spooky scary skeletons sending shivers down your spine...as well as some of our newest works. Check out these creepy pieces.
From our Writing Department:
Your Name- Jessica Jiang
A poem inspired by the Taki’s and Mitsuha’s reunion in the anime movie, Your Name.
Hopelessness Is...- Luna
Luna describes hopelessness in this poem through an exploration of all its hues and what they represent.
Ghosts- Blue Lemon
A short and mysterious poem.
A Thought- Anonymous
Can your imagination be a curse?
A deeply touching take on negative relationships and self worth.
Her Matters- Grace Ye
A jumble of personal thoughts weaving a beautiful narrative.
Mirror, Mirror On My Wall- Irene Hao
A haunting story about a mirror.
From our Art & Photo Department:
As you all savor those last few days of summer, check out some of the wonderful work below! We wrapped up the 2017-2018 school year with all the remaining pieces and they are all so imaginative and well made. We feel so honored to have been bestowed upon so much great work. Thank you.
*Click on the words in lilac to go directly to the article, photo, or art piece. Or you can check it all out by scrolling through the art&photo or writing tabs. Enjoy!
We have even more photographs! From cute animals to haunting bridges, our amazing photographers capture life in the city. Look for new photographs by Claire Tempelman, Kimya Firoozan, and Carolyn Fontanez.