Writing her dreams and nightmares and turning them into stories, started a love and interest in writing, for Samantha Mesa. Samantha Mesa is a sophomore at Lehman college who doesn’t know exactly what she wants to do with her love for writing and her vast knowledge of mathematics. Along with writing mathematics, Samantha is alsoContinue reading “Samantha Mesa”
With her love for writing beginning in elementary school, Rosie Hendricks is an aspiring journalist and a college sophomore at Temple University. At a young age, she used journals to jot down short story ideas and poems. As time inched forward, however, these journals developed a new purpose. From fiction writing to journalism, Hendricks findsContinue reading “Rosie Hendricks”
In an industry constantly subject to change, there are a few leading voices that defined particular decades and influenced the way we still listen to music, today. Analyzing what’s changed in the last few years and why, we can draw out comparisons between current artists and classic legends.
Rocheana H. identifies as a Black-Caribbean American individual. She is 17 years old and currently going into her senior year of high school. When asked about her expectations for the upcoming school year, she expressed concerns about pursuing her education virtually. She says that while she did well academically in her junior virtual classes –Continue reading “Rocheana H.”
The three street artists mentioned in ‘2020 Births A Surge of Street Art in New York City’ return to answer a few more questions about their personal experiences and beliefs in the art scene.
With COVID-19 putting many New Yorkers’ lives on hold, the city that never sleeps had seemingly gone dormant. That is, until artists took to the street to give neighborhoods a familiar splash of color.