On Wednesday, Dec. 16, BURN staff members and 304 homeroom students delivered copies of the fall 2020 BURN magazine to homerooms. Click on the link below for a digital version: Please celebrate the work of these artists and poets. Watch for the open submission period for the Spring magazine in February.
Review by JI Reporter Sophia Virgillito The current movie “Little Women” is an adaptation of the book by Louisa May Alcott. It is rated PG-13 and was released on Dec. 25, 2019 in theaters. The movie depicts four sisters going through life together. It shows their bond between each other and their love lives as… Read More The story of ‘Little Women’ who do big things hits theaters
by J1 Reporter Maya Reed I spent my time running up and down stairs, opening doors, and getting the dirt. I was trying to discover if Marian really did have a football team. Some schools do have a powderpuff team. But first what does powderpuff even mean? It is a game of sports played by… Read More The Underground Powderpuff Team-the mystery continues
By J1 Reporter Maggie Mantini What is the first thing you acknowledge when encountering a woman? In all actuality, most answers to this question would refer to a woman’s size, shape, or level of beauty. What about their presence, their intellect, their character, their strength? Young women are greatly affected by the generational norms of… Read More The modern female: How an entire culture has set women against one another
By J1 Reporter Bella Syslo She’s easy to spot in the hallways; her backpack adorned with colorful pins, her socks a little more creative than the dress code intended, and her trendy black leather shoes, stepping one foot in front of the other. The creative teens you see strutting down the hallway… Read More The Future of Fashion: How teen girls are revolutionizing the industry