Mahiha is a girl who is transitioning from high school to college life. She experiences being in love and feeling sad because of fake friends.
Coming of Age
A sister finds her world upside down following an irreplaceable loss. How will she change?
Between the Text By Rachel Kelly & Lauren Kiel In this short film, Adelaide is faced with Amelia and Charlotte who both want Adelaide to help them with their problems.…
What was the worst year of your life? The right answer is 13. Here’s why.
This piece was born during an eight-minute freewrite—a ritual at the beginning of our pair sessions.
Poetic Pillars is a collection of poetry encompassing such themes as identity, mental health, family, heritage and love that serve as moments of self-reflection and appreciation of our individual and shared experiences.
In this multi-perspective historical science fiction piece, a grandmother and granddaughter communicate in order to understand how a civil war changed the world they once knew and kept them away from loved ones.
Our birthdays are one day apart. Last year, we celebrated by seeing a movie together—right before COVID-19 hit. Our 16th years were shaped by two events that changed the world, and our lives, forever.
In this fictionalized letter to a lost friend, the author reflects on what happened to one middle school friendship. By exploring her memories, she realizes that not all relationships are forever.
We wrote these two poems to showcase connection during an isolated time. Although we were geographically far apart, these poems knit us together as we wrote on a shared document.
The generational battle made famous by TikTok. But can we at least agree to fight the system together?
citrus youth is a blog filled with present tense moments of a friend group, as well as memories from one of those friends. this idea came from my own friends and how funny i think we are, but also the question of how i will decide to remember us now when i’m older. this represents my best work because i think it comes at a time where many individuals my age are questioning what’s going to happen. a big part of our stability is our friends, and i think it’s going to be nice for us to remember these moments.
This is a piece about being a seventeen-year-old. An ode to myself reflecting on the experiences of my teenage years while acknowledging some of my personal heroes.
This story is an excerpt from a larger coming-of-age piece involving themes of friendship, sisterhood, and romance.
These are two poems that reflect back on our younger selves.