Stone-cutters Publishes Halloween Zine

The Stone-cutters Arts Collective published a Halloween-themed zine on Wednesday, marking their first publication of the year. Students who worked on the publication attended three workshops to hone in their ideas, which took place from Oct.15 to Oct.19. Participants were invited to use various art forms to think about and answer the question, ‘What scares […]

Features magazine to publish first issue

Panorama Magazine, a features magazine created by a group of staff members on the Chronicle, will be published quarterly throughout the school year beginning this November. Chronicle Print Managing Editor Alena Rubin ’18 and Presentation Editor Nicole Kim ’18 serve as the magazine’s editors-in-chief. Juniors and seniors on the Chronicle staff also work on the […]

StoneCutters holds bake sale

Staff members on the literary magazine StoneCutters handed out a variety of baked goods such as cookies, pies and brownies in exchange for a follow on the magazine’s Instagram, Facebook or Tumblr accounts to raise awareness for the magazine and tell students that submissions for the magazine are now open. The event took place Oct. […]

Spectrum magazine starts online edition

The Spectrum staff launched a website Jan. 15 to provide more space for articles and create video and photo galleries. “I’ve been wanting to have a web presence for a while, but I’ve always been nervous because I don’t have a strong background in web,” Spectrum adviser Stephen Chae said. “This year many of my […]

Literary magazine to host writing seminars

Stone-Cutters is holding writing workshops this year to create a bigger literary community on campus and increase submissions to the literary magazine. The series of workshops began Sept. 29 with a poetry workshop led by upper school English teacher Amber Caron. A fiction workshop was led by student editor Melanie Krassel ’15. All students have […]