Sunaya Mueller ’22, Teen Vogue

Sunaya Mueller ’22, Teen Vogue

Sunaya Mueller ’22 has been a journalist for more than six years. Beginning as a member of the Scholastic News Kids Press Corps. in middle school, Sunaya found her beat as a writer. She found, a passion for telling untold stories from teens and upcoming changemakers....

Catalina Mahe ’22, Parnassus

Catalina Mahe ’22, Parnassus

Parnassus is a home to many. Integrating disciplines like visual arts, foreign language, and English, senior Catalina Mahe ’22 is ecstatic to be one of the lead editors for the magazine. As a prospective ninth grader, Catalina saw it as an opportunity to expand her...

Darby Lee-Stack ’23, D-EcoNews

Darby Lee-Stack ’23, D-EcoNews

Amidst a busy hybrid year, rising Junior, Darby-Lee Stack ’23 saw an opportunity when she joined the Upper School Environmental club. Inspired by other established student publications like Parnassus and Calliope, Darby learned from ground-zero how to publish a...

Stephen Bailey, “Beyond Empire”

Stephen Bailey, “Beyond Empire”

The genesis of “Beyond Empire” comes from a personal place. As a first-generation American of Trinidadian immigrants, who came to the US amidst Trinidad’s independence from the UK, Stephen Bailey finds that it is imperative to trace these stories. The central...

A Conversation with Lisa Quirk

A Conversation with Lisa Quirk

What has been your primary focus as English Department Chair, and what does the department hope students will gain from their learning experiences?  I sort of have my own mission statement for the English Department. I believe that our goal should be to help students...

Write Night Featurette

Despite a pandemic, one of the core traditions of the English department, Write Night, was held over Zoom this past April 2021. Founded by former English chair, Fred Daly, Write Night has been a special community gathering for students and faculty to share original writing and poetry twice a year since 2012. The spring Write Night is hosted in April in honor of National Poetry Month. Especially in these unprecedented times, Write Night is a reminder of poetry’s power to reflect on the past, imagine new futures, and hold space for the present.