A novel-themed piece without meaning. Written on the 30th of April, 2022.
An intersectional feminist critique on the Free the Nipple movement & the term double-standard which we so often use
written in the warmest month, june
On hypersensitivity and educational censorship. Written before the summer of 2022.
Nearly 200 students at our school are spending their time after the last bell rings for the day learning, training, competing and representing our pack as sporty wolves in the gym. They are playing basketball, volleyball and soccer, and are going to play rugby and badminton in the future. With nearly 100 balls living on…
Let us take a step back. Today we reflect. Do you think we all believe in something? Believe it or not, the answer is yes. We might believe in God, or simply that cereal comes before milk, but whatever it is, belief is so common in our lives, that sometimes we don’t recognize it so…
An honest exploration into why Thai people partake in gossip and the moral corruption of cable news channels.
The Personal Project Exhibition is an annual event hosted and organised by each year’s current cohort in the tenth grade. This article is the second of two which examines the Personal Project experiences of four students.
The Personal Project Exhibition is an annual event hosted and organised by each year’s current cohort in the tenth grade. This article is the first of two which examines the Personal Project experiences of four students.
An essay about being a teenager, a time that is akin to the period in which flowers must wilt once December arrives, before blooming again with the visitation of spring.