Intersections: Talkin 'bout my generation

February 26, 2019 by Bill Ivey

(title from the Who’s song)

Filed Under: student voice, Student work, Student Activism, Intergenerational lens

Student Work: Stop Motion Video

November 14, 2018 by Guest Student Author

Recently, students in Meghan Lena's HL Bio class created stop motion videos. This one, from Bee and Siena, is on Membrane Transport. Enjoy!

Filed Under: StudentVoice, Student work

Intersections: Don't Stop Now

November 02, 2018 by Bill Ivey

Blog title from a song by Nina Kauderer ‘20

Joan Armatrading and her Stratocaster. Bonnie Raitt and her Stratocaster. Avril Lavigne and her Telecaster. Chrissie Hynde and her Telecaster. Tal Wilkenfeld and her Precision Bass. Aimee Mann and her Precision Bass.

And don’t forget Anna and her own Stratocaster.

Filed Under: StudentVoice, Women in Rock, Student work, #GirlsRock

45 Minutes

October 05, 2018 by Guest Student Author

by Zinnia Hull '23

Filed Under: Poetry, StudentVoice, Student work

Poem #3

April 26, 2018 by Guest Student Author

by Luna Patience '21

Filed Under: student voice, National Poetry Month, Poetry Month, StudentVoice, Student work, Student Writing, Poetry Festival

Stealing

April 24, 2018 by Guest Student Author

by Miles DeClue '18

Filed Under: Poetry, National Poetry Month, Poetry Month, StudentVoice, Student work, Student Writing, Poetry Festival

回家 Homecoming

April 23, 2018 by Guest Student Author

by Ruofan (Cynthia) Wang '19

Filed Under: Poetry, National Poetry Month, Poetry Month, StudentVoice, Student work, Student Writing, Poetry Festival

Intersections: Rediscovering Hope

February 16, 2018 by Bill Ivey

“Hey, Bill, can we trade instruments and make a lot of noise?” It’s not the kind of request I would normally go for, much as I value student voice, but I knew it was Thursday evening and the lead singer for the middle school rock band was still on their way, having gotten out of theatre rehearsal late and needing to grab a quick dinner. I said, “Let’s do it!” The kids shouted happily and jumped up and ran, practically running each other over, eventually settling into place. I counted off - 1, 2, 1 2 3 4 - and the grand and joyous cacophony began.

Filed Under: student voice, Feminism, Women's March, Student work, Safe Schools, gun violence, school shootings

Essay on Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s "Be Somebody" Speech

January 18, 2018 by Guest Student Author

by Ember L.

Filed Under: anti-racism, StudentVoice, Student work, Student Writing

Untitled Poem

January 17, 2018 by Guest Student Author

by Ferima Islamyate

 

Unity,

Together we stand,

Against the greatest challenges,

That covers our light,

Regardless of race or personality,

Filed Under: Martin Luther King Jr, Poetry, anti-racism, Martin Luther King Day, Student work, Student Writing, Poem