As college application season came to an end, the Girls Write Now financial workshop helped me choose which college is best for me.
I discuss my devotion to and fascination with neuroscience while comparing it to religion.
Negativity & Change-Making in Education
So often we spend the time we set aside in our mind for “activism” on negativity. But lately I’ve realized the need for the positive and negative — these essay and video excerpts.
How I Ruined Extra Credit
This piece (a now-defunct common app response) describes how the encouragement of one teacher sparked my passion for writing.
Perfect Bad Grades
In which a smart girl battles her self-restraints and discovers her passion.
all at once
a poem of aching candor narrating the varied, implicit forms of heartbreak.
Mistranslations, Misinterpretations and Costly Mistakes
Squid Game has had a profound impact as it exposes the Western front to Korean culture and media. Despite Squid Game’s widespread popularity, it does not cover all things related to Korean culture.
Describe a time when someone’s words had a strong impact on you.
All the girls,
I wrote this piece about growing up and being surrounded by other girls based on my notes app.
Mia, a sixteen year old girl, struggles with body dysmorphia when her friends ask her to be a Disney Princess for Halloween.
Beginning of a Lifetime
I wrote this while thinking about my experience with Girls Write Now and where my love of writing started.
Running Towards Self-Care
This is what an injury taught me about self-care.
Chapter One of Untitled YA Novel
This is the beginning of a book I am planning to write, based on a true story of my realizing that I liked a girl for the first time.
The Long Winter
A short film about the daily lives of high school students following the Omicron outbreak.
Behind doors are secrets (to discover or not)
A liminal space I found in my school, and what I left there.