the creativity pool at dulaney high

Month: November 2017

Smashing the Zone

Smashing the Zone

There are so many things to smash: the patriarchy, an ex’s teeth, or even car windows like Beyoncé in Lemonade. “Smashing The Zone” centers on Bella Martin as she attempts to shatter the perhaps most intimidating zone of all: the comfort zone. Today I’m going […]

Animalia

Animalia

Over the years, I’ve had experiences with all sorts of animals, big and small. Some encounters were hands on, others were just observed from a distance. Through this blog I will be focusing in on specific animals, and my adventures with them. My name is […]

Back Write Corner

Back Write Corner

Struggling to write a poetry or prose piece? Don’t worry, just look in the back WRITE corner! Here I will go through tips I’ve curated from my experiences and what I’ve learned from critiques and class. Happy writing! Alright, so you have your idea for […]

One Word: Feminism

One Word: Feminism

“One Word: Feminism” is a biweekly blog by Hayley Garcia that explores feminist concepts through the eyes of Dulaney students and staff. Boys and Feminism When I googled boys and feminism, the results varied. Starting with “how to raise a feminist” and ending with “man […]

Echinocactus

Echinocactus

You can describe me as a cactus; I’m not flourishing with pigmented petals, Or enveloped in a multitude of leaves, But I’m pleasingly simple. What I appear to be truly doesn’t define my whole, My real potential resides within me. I’ll guard even my weaknesses […]

Solanum Tuberosum

Solanum Tuberosum

Sprouting out from the dank, old sod, you grew, The babe of nurturing Mother Nature, A starchiness that makes hearts feel anew, Tawny brown hues complete its portraiture. Not exclusive to the Irish people, The rich culinary necessity, Restaurants the church and you: the steeple, […]

Sam Niehaus

Sam Niehaus

Samuel Gary Flenderson Halpert Winston Niehaus is always ready to take on the day after a balanced breakfast. Weighing in at 555 lbs, he is incapable of staying afloat in a swimming pool, which destroyed his lifelong dream of taking home a Gold medal in […]

Hayden Cohee

Hayden Cohee

Hayden Dirk Octavius Vladimir Amadeus Walter Cohee is an upcoming co-manager at Food Lion. As an 83-year-old man, he won the Trinidad and Tobago toboggan-riding competition, in which he ate 928 sloppy joes in 4 minutes. He takes Zyrtec once every 24 hours and can […]

The Great Unknown and Me

The Great Unknown and Me

Thalassophobia first came to me at 6 years old, when the Atlantic Ocean was swallowing me whole. My hibiscus print swimsuit and L.L. Bean rash guard couldn’t protect me against the wicked currents that thrashed me around in Ocean City. My mother stood on the […]

Meghan Robinson

Meghan Robinson

Meghan Robinson is a roller coaster junkie who could possibly eat a whole entire 5 pound jug of plain animal crackers by herself. The world is dead to her when she watches movies, and baking chocolate chip strawberry muffins with friends at two in the […]

Faith Hall

Faith Hall

Hi! Hey! Hello! Faith is a young adopted soul to the Sequelite family. She’s a budding artist just trying to find her way in the world. She can also write rad poems, and is wickedly overflowing with talent. Once you get to know her, she […]

Grace Guildener

Grace Guildener

Hi I’m Grace and I hate writing about myself, but I have to. What even are my defining traits? I like making art so I’m on art staff, and when I’m not making art, doing homework, or freaking out, I like to spend way too […]