“A jack of all trades is a master of none, but oftentimes better than a master of one,” is the best compliment for an overachieving young adult trying to find their way around the world. At least it was for me.
The reality of missing school for a whole two weeks and dealing with the stares of society.
A depiction of my journey in asking for help, this essay is my reminder that I deserve peace and welfare in a battle against the uncertainties and anxieties of my mind.
An attempted recording of the strange sensations of synesthesia and anosmia.
We wanted to shine a light on mental health struggles that often go unnoticed and to dispel harmful stereotypes about mental illness.
I start with the littlest things. The ones that take no effort. The ones that remind me that I am capable of doing the others.
This poem is a reminder to love ourselves and our bodies no matter what the mirror tells us.
Follow me on an emotionally exciting journey through one of my favorite cartoons.
A dialogue between Natalie and Danielle in response to a portion of an open letter to girls, written by Danielle, sharing her insight on becoming a woman. Natalie read the letter and had some questions.
As a STEM-focused student, this project was my first-ever attempt to create a game!
Subconscious writes a letter to assure Natalie of the doubts she has about her self-worth.
The King of Hearts is random from a deck of cards where truly the title is meaningless but the poem somehow makes it seem relevant.
Spilling thoughts on paper; the unrefined, unfiltered, unmuted musings of Lavera Yul.
As quarantine started in early March, everyone was told to get adjusted to a bizarre lifestyle. Something new, something different to all of us. In this poem, I have expressed how I felt as I was getting adjusted to this new lifestyle.
“Fragile Sprouts” is a message encouraging young women to embrace the individuality that makes them beautiful.