Month: February 2014

Mauna Kea

Mauna Kea

* Mauna Kea is a dormant volcano on the island of Hawaii. Standing 13,803 ft above sea level, its peak is the highest point in the state. Pictured: The Mauna Kea Observatories. I visited Mauna Kea in the summer of 2013 and I wrote this first stanza of this poem on […]

Black and White Landscapes

Black and White Landscapes

Top Left: Claire Ciccarone || Top Right: Nina Gayleard Bottom Left: Kat Spillane || Bottom Right: Charlotte Slaughter

On A Serious Note: “Boyfriend” – Mrs. Hiaasen

On A Serious Note: “Boyfriend” – Mrs. Hiaasen

Welcome back to On A Serious Note. The many snow days we’ve had has led to our hiatus but we are back and better than ever. This week, check out Mrs. Hiaasen reading a lady version of “Boyfriend” by Justin Bieber.

Untitled

Untitled

If I could destroy every bit of pain in your brain I would if I could inflict it upon myself. Trap it in a bottle upon my shelf. Find the cure to finally make your thoughts pure. Place a smile upon that beautiful face. Shatter […]

Music Review: New Politics

Music Review: New Politics

  Newcomers to the rock/pop music scene, the boy-band trio, New Politics, is making waves, tsunami style. From Copenhagen, Denmark, the band debuted in 2010 with their self-titled album, a record that received little attention in the states, aside from their hit single “Yeah, Yeah, […]

Obsessions: Delicious Jewelry

Obsessions: Delicious Jewelry

Have you ever had the strangest desire to devour the jewelry you are currently wearing like it’s straight out of Willy Wonka’s factory? Even if it’s not made out of any edible parts? I have. I’m not sure if I can pinpoint the exact moment […]

Urban Gentlemen: Valentine’s Special

Urban Gentlemen: Valentine’s Special

Urban Gentlemen: Valentine’s Special Lost the spark in your relationship? Well, you’ve come to the right place. The only thing we’re better at than catching women is keeping women. Take notes. Organizing the Date: Location is everything. Try not to choose some corny, expected restaurant. […]

The Cold Hard Facts of Valentine’s Day

The Cold Hard Facts of Valentine’s Day

  I’m not much of a Valentine’s Day person, and, by the time you’re finished reading this, I can pretty much promise that you won’t be, either. Valentine’s Day actually comes from a Roman agricultural festival called Lupercalia. In this celebration, priests would sacrifice a […]

TRASH: Jozie and Andrew

TRASH: Jozie and Andrew

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: Room 303, 2/6/2014 Entry Summary: An insightful examination of a hypothetical Valentine’s […]

Valentine’s Day Movies

Valentine’s Day Movies

Here are five movies you can watch on Valentine’s Day. By no way is this list definitive – just my suggestion of some flicks to see on the 14th. Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind – Let’s start with one of my favorite films. Whenever someone […]

Valentines Day DIY: Breakfast in Bed

Valentines Day DIY: Breakfast in Bed

There is no way to better show your love than hunkering down on some hardcore love food. That’s right boys! Pay attention. The fastest ways to a girl’s heart is by cooking her good food and not making her get out of bed. And ladies, when […]

Cut Out Valentines!

Cut Out Valentines!

Want to send out Valentines but you don’t know what to say?  Cut these out and give them to friends, a secret crush, parents, grandparents, anyone! Caitlin Eversmier, ’14 || Design Editor