• Assembly
  • Revolutions

    Poem by Caitlin McCormick ’17   “Skip two at a time,” they always said, go straight and don’t worry till the light changes: there is no shame in love notes and truth serums the dichotomy between magic and buildings in the sun glowing like vinegar bottles on your mother’s kitchen counter   They were never […]

  • Assembly
  • Bit by Bit

    Poem by Karen Jie ’21   I’d like to thank you for what you’ve done, And what you are still doing. While families are celebrating, having fun, A storm might still be brewing. You’re fighting it, That’s why we’re proud. We’re winning bit by bit. Cheering comes from around the crowd, Because we’re winning, Bit […]