Inklings News

Snow generates mixed reactions

Ben Foster, Assistant Business Manager

December 15, 2015

With each and every snow flake comes a different shape that is beautiful in it's own separate way. And with different snowflakes come different snow related activities, whether it’s sledding or shoveling your old grandmother’s pathway so she doesn’t slip and fall. For Harry Garber ’16, it’s about ...

Fall leaves burst with color

The drastic change in leaves becomes apparent with colors blossoming from emerald green all the way to tangerine orange. Photo by Chase Gornbein '16.

Chase Gornbein, Staff Writer

October 27, 2015

The autumn season brings a series of familiar favorites: the smell of pumpkin spiced lattes, a crisp and refreshing cool breeze and big hand-knitted sweaters. Amidst the preparation for Halloween and the upcoming winter, many people tend to overlook one of the most underrated parts of fall, the changing...

Students long for the Beauty of Spring

Students long for the Beauty of Spring

Chase Gornbein, Benjamin Foster, Staff Writer

June 12, 2015

What in God's name makes spring so special? Is it the blooming of wildflowers in small spurts, watching their petals flex outwards and extend beyond their stem, or is it the chirping of cardinals and blue jays as they look for worms and beetles to bring to their youth. Some people may already be caught...

iPhone apps artificially enhance appearance of photos

Sarah Ellman, Staff Writer

August 25, 2014

A flat stomach, two-inch thigh gap, healthy bust, toned butt, perfect skin, flawless hair, and a scenic background is all any girl needs for her perfect profile picture. While these strict requirements may seem virtually unattainable, technology has proven them possible with just a swipe of the finger...

Students prepare for prom

Students prepare for prom

Caroline Cohen, Managing Editor

May 16, 2014

It may be a spring Saturday, but there is not much time to stop and smell the flowers; unless that flower is part of the arrangement in your boutonnière or corsage. Although the event itself only is one night, the preparations and primping for prom starts weeks before when girls hunt for the perfe...

Little Girls in Beauty Pageants: Television Meets Bad Parenting

Little Girls in Beauty Pageants: Television Meets Bad Parenting

June 12, 2011

A few weeks ago I came across an article about a mother who gave her 8-year-old beauty pageant competing daughter, a lovely gift of Botox. Well, why not? It makes perfect sense to give an 8-year-old Botox because she definitely needs to get rid of her wrinkles that she doesn’t have. Oh wait…neve...

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