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Pottery process: Friday nights at Wilson Park Ceramics Studio

Pottery process: Friday nights at Wilson Park Ceramics Studio

Charlotte Chui

March 12, 2020

A glimpse into an MVHS student’s ceramics creations

Stop and smell the roses: Four DIYs

Stop and smell the roses: Four DIYs

Charlotte Chui, Entertainment Editor

September 27, 2019

dd a rosy tint to your life by experimenting with these floral crafts and recipes. From rose jam — swirled into a bowl of creamy yogurt or spooned onto a warm lemon scone — to fragrant rose petal sachets — tucked into a closet drawer or hung in the car, here are four DIY projects to try with ros...

The innovative and creative outlets around campus

The innovative and creative outlets around campus

Ayah Ali-Ahmad and Shuvi Jha

March 10, 2019

You go to the store. You scour the shelves for that perfect item you’re looking for — the one with the right color, the right size, the right look. You smile, satisfied, as you put the item in the cart, proceeding to the checkout. For most of us, that’s how we attain the products of our daily lives ...

Chinese Club celebrates Mid-Autumn Festival

Chinese Club celebrates Mid-Autumn Festival

Charlotte Chui

October 2, 2017

The arrival of the fall season signifies the approach of the Chinese Mid-Autumn Festival for many students. This traditional holiday falls on the eighth month and 15th day of the lunar calendar, which corresponds to Oct. 4 this year. In preparation for the Mid-Autumn Festival, Chinese Club officers held a...

Learn how to make three simple origami crafts

Sharjeel Rahman

December 7, 2016

Origami, originating in Japan, is the intricate art of paper folding. The primary goal of origami is to fold a square sheet of paper and transform it into a finished model. These origami models make wonderful gifts because of their thoughtfulness and ease to make. This holiday season, gift one of...