Month: June 2020

All Things Art

An interview with Corinne Salter. A visual artist, a designer, a mathematician, a dancer and so much more Jordan: What is fashion to you? Cori: Fashion to me is an expression of…

We Are Untold

Hey Hey Hey…….. It’s Jordan here!  Launching Untold has been one of the most stressful yet eye opening experiences I have ever embarked on. In the past, writing has been a struggle…

Stimulus Checking

As the economy got a boost with the Stimulus Checks, my friends have their own ideas on how their parents should use the funds.  Check out what they said… A Vacation to…

Music For The Movement

America is in a state of unrest right now, fighting against the injustices that have plagued our country since its inception.  The injustices of slavery, the Civil Rights movement, the Vietnam War…

Gone Too Soon

January 6th, 2018  By: Davion Harris It all started with a simple prank. But what happened before is what makes my story sort of unbearable. It’s about what my brother promised my…

And It Was Up From There….

Meet Danel. He is a 17-year-old, 6 foot, kind hearted, and undercover ballroom dancer. Like so many teenagers he has an addiction to video games like NBA 2K and Fortnite, and like…

Dancing To Duke

A Polo G loving, 21st and Pulaski born youngin and an inspiration to thousands… DJ Steward is his name and basketball is his game (Cheesy right? But my mom loved it) DJ…

In My Name…

At the beginning of our AP United States history class, our teacher, a pleasantly plump Black man named Mr. Grigsby asked us an interesting question to spark conversation, “What does your name…

Emergency Contact

A young adult romance novel that tells the story of Penny and Sam, two young adults who find themselves in periods of transition: Penny has just left home for the first time…

One Of Us Is Lying

On Monday afternoon, five students at Bayview High walk into detention. Only, Simon never makes it out of that classroom, because before the end of detention Simon is dead. And according to…