- Ashley Johnson on The hardest week of my life. The greatest week of my life.
- Natalia Barr on The hardest week of my life. The greatest week of my life.
- Natalia Barr on Liza Bell: Finding her own voice through journalism, Model UN
- Bernard Liebman on William Stieglitz: Using his imagination to the fullest
- Ms. Isom on Glenda Sanchez: Dedicated to journalism – in two languages
Author Archives: William Stieglitz
Last night I played a game of chess with Matt Kolbert using pieces and a board I brought myself. We were playing in the same room where people were playing ping-pong, and many times the ball landed on the board and knocked over pieces, causing us to have to figure out which ones went where. Continue reading
This is not simply a story of people from two different worlds meeting and falling in love, but a story of sisters struggling to maintain their bond while trying to gain their own lives. Continue reading
I loved learning the new techniques and getting to go outside to take photos. There was large room for creativity, and there’s really nothing I enjoy more than that. Continue reading
We learned that in order to master the Tao of writing poorly, we must assume we are always right; we must never check the accuracy of facts, grammar, and syntax. We must be vague and indirect, confusing the reader with complex and made-up words. Sentences should be dragged on to be as long as possible. It also helps to constantly use the verb “to be” so we can avoid using a large vocabulary. Continue reading
Inspired by such books as “To Kill a Mockingbird,” Katherine Zito has long had a passion for social justice. Now she is acting on that passion. As a senior at Baldwin High School, she joined the school’s newspaper “The Golden Wave.” Continue reading