I didn’t ask to be Junk Editor. I didn’t even fully consider it a possibility until the previous Editor-in-Chief approached me about being Junk Editor, and I thought, “Hey. Why not?” That is the story of how one very confused, very uncreative, very unqualified 16-going-onto-17
Romeo and Juliet. Gatsby and the American Dream. Elizabeth and Darcy. Rosencrantz and Guildenstern. Horrigan and Rubin. Mr. and Mrs. Olivares. Jan and the dress code. Northwood is filled with epic partnerships. And now for the latest, and arguably most legendary, addition to the list:
Living abroad in South Korea for nine years and traveling to over 20 countries have been the most transformative experiences in my life. Promptly after I was born in Hawaii, I moved to South Korea, where I lived from ages 1-10 while attending Korean schools.
Everyone at Northwood has that one extracurricular activity they identify the most with, be it music, speech and debate, drama or sports. From my freshman year to the middle of my sophomore year, I dabbled in numerous activities, from basketball to Model United Nations, thinking
When people find out I’m a member of The Howler, many of them ask what I do. Am I a page editor? Photographer? Cartoonist? Layout editor? Copy editor? Often, they are confused to find out that I’m a senior and a staff writer. I took