Category: Portfolio

Listomania: Things to Remember for Spring Break

Sunscreen Suitcase  Civ reading Pepper spray (stay safe ladies) Swim trunks Tunes  Snacks  Shades  Liquid IV  Mom’s phone number

The Cowl Editor

Beethoven’s 9th Symphony in D Minor

It is as if water and leaves were muddling at the storm drain, And I have come to realize That everything is not enough. Even here it is all both having and wanting, And it is as if each bow drawn across the strings were sawing across the heart, Making a new course through which […]

Fiona Clarke '23

Tales From the Other Side

There exists a place unseen from normal eyes. A place not known to those who don’t already know it. A place filled with wonder and excitement, monsters and adventure. This place is known as the other side. No one knows how it came to be nor why its laws are what they are, but what […]

Connor Rohan '24

A Walk with My Papa

This morning I took a stroll on the beach With my Papa. It was around 8 A.M., And the sun and the waves Had finally fallen into a perfect harmony. The air was still, amid the sounds of waves crashing, And everything was settling into place before The chaos of the day. We walked for […]

Anna Pomeroy '23

“What do you wanna be when you grow up?”

I’ve come to realize we have constantly been faced with the dreaded unknown of our future. Now, that may seem like an obvious statement, but we have been conditioned since we were little to ponder the question, “What do you wanna do with your life?” Every elementary school child was asked the same question: “What […]

Anna Pomeroy '23

The Tragic End of Alexander the Ant

The sun rose very slowly over a large field of grass. It was a lazy summer afternoon. People were taking walks, having picnics, feeding the ducks, or just laying down. What they didn’t know was that right under their noses in the blades of grass was a little ant fighting for his life. Now the […]

Connor Rohan '24

Red Rock

Night begins to move, writhing and seething as the bristled backs catch the light of the dropping sun. Among the red rock lives a creature who carries night on his back and stars in his eyes.  The cicada calls to him from his place along the ravine scarred by waters now long dry.  Those who […]

Kate Ward '23