Support Staff Spotlight: Bonnie Lamp

Maddie Morton Staff Writer Welcome to the Support Staff Spotlight! Every other week, we will sit down with some of our amazing support staff and get to know them more. If you were unaware, our support staff that will be featured in this bi-weekly piece will be our Custodial staff, Security workers, Front desk, Behind the scenes/Student activities, and our Lunchroom operators. Be sure to … Continue reading Support Staff Spotlight: Bonnie Lamp

Support Staff Spotlight: Susana Juarez

Maddie Morton Staff Writer Every other week, we will sit down with some of our amazing support staff and get to know them more. If you were unaware, our support staff that will be featured in this bi-weekly piece will be our Custodial staff, Security workers, Front desk, Behind the scenes/Student activities, and our Lunchroom operators. Be sure to check in every other week to … Continue reading Support Staff Spotlight: Susana Juarez

Support Staff Spotlight: Otis Johnson

Maddie Morton Staff Writer Every other week, we will sit down with some of our amazing support staff and get to know them more. If you were unaware, our support staff that will be featured in this bi-weekly piece will be our Custodial staff, Security workers, Front desk, Behind the scenes/Student activities, and our Lunchroom operators. Be sure to check in every other week to … Continue reading Support Staff Spotlight: Otis Johnson

Support Staff Spotlight: Joan Penzera

Maddie Morton Staff Writer Every other week, we will sit down with some of our amazing support staff and get to know them more. If you were unaware, our support staff that will be featured in this bi-weekly piece will be our Custodial staff, Security workers, Front desk, Behind the scenes/Student activities, and our Lunchroom operators. Be sure to check in every other week to get … Continue reading Support Staff Spotlight: Joan Penzera

Love Letters: Sophie Fagan and Wes Anderson

Abigail Gower Web Editor In Love Letters, The Artisan speaks with one senior from each arts area about an artist in their field who has been meaningful to them and their artistic practice. If you’re interested in participating in this series, you can express interest by sending a direct message to The Artisan’s Instagram account, @artisan_news. From bright pinks, yellows, and blues, it’s clear Wes … Continue reading Love Letters: Sophie Fagan and Wes Anderson

Students, teachers see value in schools teaching the history of 9/11

Kota Locklear Staff Writer Not one of the teenagers who walks the halls at Douglas Anderson School of the Arts has lived in a world where New York City’s Twin Towers existed. We don’t know what life was like before Sept. 11, 2001, when terrorist attacks brought down the World Trade Center, killing 2,977 people (this includes the attack on the Pentagon and passengers and … Continue reading Students, teachers see value in schools teaching the history of 9/11

A starred review of Canada Geese

Behind my house, there’s a long field that becomes a pond after heavy rain, and a marsh a few days later. Ahead of it are two more retention ponds. This is effectively a gallery for Canada Geese. I’ve seen their graceful V’s in the sky and their elegant heads and necks, and I’ve seen the fragrant droppings over clumped grass that they leave behind in their honking wake. I sympathize both with the malicious image of the goose contained in Untitled Goose Game and the aspirational image in the Mary Oliver poem. Continue reading A starred review of Canada Geese

Music has positive impact on mental wellbeing

Across a globe of countries separated by oceans and borders, one of the rare, shared connections is art. It’s seen throughout history that art constantly draws people in because of its expressive nature. Between cultures it takes diverse shapes and methods. Today, one of the most widespread art forms is music. It’s easily accessible because of the radio and mobile apps like Spotify. Continue reading Music has positive impact on mental wellbeing