Month: December 2013

Exposé

Exposé

Exposé No masquerade No fake facade Here I stand Naked In the face of God No people to judge me No words of hate He sees my heart He knows my fate. J Gourdin, ’14 || Creative Director

Lumière

Lumière

A NOTE FROM THE ARTIST- This striking piece of contrasted color really appeals to me. The lines of the rooftops, and the lights on the wall, all converging on a diagonal line towards the lantern adds to amalgamate the boldness in this composition. Alex Wright, […]

A Golden New Year

A Golden New Year

DOUBLE FEATURE: Bring in the New Year in urban opulence wearing black & gold.  In this first ensemble, edge and contrast are key. The cornerstone for this whole outfit is the shirt, a harsh line dividing the two colors. AKA color blocking is new age […]

Tidings of Great Sequel Joy

Tidings of Great Sequel Joy

  Merry Christmahanukwanzukah and tidings of good cheer!  Wishing each of you peace and happiness today and through the new year. We hope today you find moments to smile and laugh. Happy Holidays from the Sequel staff!        

People of the Ville: Feeling Grumpy?

People of the Ville: Feeling Grumpy?

“I woke up and was feeling grumpy today, so I decided to wear something sparkly and beautiful.” Katie Nanasi, ’15 || Social Media Manager and Audrey Fanshaw ’15 || Copy Editor

Holiday Corner: The Lights of Baltimore County

Holiday Corner: The Lights of Baltimore County

  [cycloneslider id=”holiday-corner-the-lights-of-baltimore”] Bored during these first fews days of Winter Break? Not feeling the holiday cheer quite yet? Easy solution: take a drive around the neighborhoods of Timonium, Cockeysville, Hunt Valley, and Towson with your friends and check out the merry light displays around town. Bundle up, pack a […]

Burgundy

Burgundy

  A NOTE FROM THE EDITORS: Milk? Never a bad choice. Ennis Um, ’14 || DATA || Featured Submission 

Satire: Helpful Advice From Urban Gentlemen, Session III

Satire: Helpful Advice From Urban Gentlemen, Session III

  Advice from The Urban Gentlemen, Session III Q. My parents are making me get a job, but I don’t want to work. I want to enjoy my freedom while I’m young! I’ll have my whole life to work. What should I do? A. You […]

People of the Ville: The Shiny Wall

People of the Ville: The Shiny Wall

The Shiny Wall There are some locations that all humans are drawn to, places that leave an indelible mark, moments we savor because they make the days a little brighter, or in our case, shinier.  For you see, in this dismal land of high school, […]

Asylum

Asylum

I never liked that room the cold drafts and gloom tomorrow is another day the sun will set and leave my thoughts astray. Let them wrap themselves round my flesh tighten into a mesh a caged bird I will sing of peace waiting for morning […]

HOLIDAY CORNER: The Vogt House

HOLIDAY CORNER: The Vogt House

Holiday Corner: The Vogt House The amazing Vogt House in Harford County is lesser known than the famed lights on 34th Street in Hampden. But maybe we need to change that; after all, the Vogt’s put on an equally as amazing holiday show for a […]

TRASH: Doodles 2

TRASH: Doodles 2

TRASH: an anthology of really bad writing and art; pieces found in the trash cans, recycle bins, and hallways of Dulaney; short stories, poems, and satires – all about or pertaining to…trash. Found: Andrew’s European History notebook,12/6/2013 Andrew Oh, ’14 || Literary Staff