Jenna Koo is our music columnist this year, and after chatting with her, it’s clear that she is well-qualified for the job. She has played, or tried playing, an organ, harpsichord, harp, violin, piano, flute, tin whistle, recorder, and drums, and currently studies the violin and piano. Jenna loves how music delivers enjoyment […]
Arts & Culture
Meet sixteen-year-old Sarah Joy Shin, a longtime investor in the TPS community and the Creative Nonfiction columnist for clay!
Folks, meet your wonderful Arts and Culture co-editor, Piper Boykin! Piper is a 15, almost 16-year-old Junior who has lived in nearly half of the USA. While that may be an exaggeration, she has moved 12 times to 5 different states because her dad is in the military. During these […]
Webley Woods, a lovely rising eighth grader with an independent, wild, intelligent and quiet personality, lives in Hong Kong, China with her parents and her younger brother. As she enters her second year at The Potter’s School, Webley will write for clay for the very first time, taking over the […]
They say the sea is deep, but there’s nothing deeper than the sky in blue. It stares so wide, it feels so vast, that the imprint of it is permanently stretched across my retinas. It almost is painful and if the aerodynamics of rocketry were within my grasp, then I would […]