Name: Ella Luna High School: Lowell Column: Cover Story Please describe your favorite procrastination activity: I watch Friends and try to justify watching 6 episodes in a row.
Name: Mina Choe High School: Lowell Column: Satirical Society of Scintillating Sentences Please state your position on cats and the internet: I’m all for it. Cats are great, and the Internet is great. But cats AND the Internet is one of the best combinations ever created.
Name: Tyler Ducheneaux High School: Ruth Asawa School of the Arts Column: Winners, Losers, and Survivors: A Crime Blog When was the last time you ate a donuts? Please describe: At some point last Halloween a friend gave me the rest of his/her donut. I ate it and remembered that I didn’t like donuts.
Name: Jennifer Eng High School: Lowell Column: Here’s The Dish Please describe your favorite procrastination activity: I usually peruse the internet to waste time watching YouTube videos, look up restaurants on yelp, and aimlessly window shop on clothing websites. If I’m not on the internet, then I binge-watch TV shows I have not caught up on or bake treats.
Name: Luca Foggin High School: Ruth Asawa School of the Arts Column: Pickup Reel Please state your position on cats and the internet: Cats are really middling. I don’t like them. They hate me. They simper at you sweetly and when you try to pet them, they bite you in the hand. I don’t need that. The internet is a time-sink. It makes my life easier and also makes everything else stupider and slower. While I love it, I’d much rather it didn’t exist.
Name: Madelynne Hewett High School: Ruth Asawa School of the Arts Column: SMW’s Resident Videographer Please describe your favorite procrastination activity: I always get distracted by Snapchat. Whenever someone snaps me I HAVE to open it.
Name: Clare Kanaley High School: Lowell Column: The View From Here When was the last time you ate a donuts? Please describe: Sunday. My mom got me one because I took my SAT the day before and babysat our neighbors until 2:30 AM. It was chocolate old fashioned and it tasted like success.
The Wave: Cardboard Cutouts
Now that we’re wrapping up our Spring Cycle here at SMW, we took some time to have a little bit of fun with cardboard (one of our favorite mediums). We asked everyone to construct something to represent or go along with their columns, and the results were pretty spectacular. We also did a fun questionnaire about cats, donuts and procrastination.