The Era of Corona: A Conversation with High-School Juniors

Featured Artwork: Ryan Johnson Note: I wrote this as a feature story for my Anthropology class as a final project. All those who responded to the survey have been left anonymous. . . . “I remember telling my mom: ‘This life is like right out of a dystopian book.’” On March 12, 2020, Montgomery County…

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I Mean No Disrespect

Featured Image: Adrian McDonald “I believe the children are our future. Teach them well and let them lead the way. Show them all the beauty they possess inside.” –Whitney Houston When you grow up being told that you should appreciate your young life, and that you have the time to live like you’re seven years…

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Freedom: Thoughts on Growing Up as a Teenager

I thought that for my first contribution to the magazine, I should get a little personal to show who I am, or at least show a part of my identity. I define part of my identity as growing up as an only child in a sole parent household. I call it “sole parent” because I…

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