Meet the Editors 2022-2023: Hannah Andersen

Hannah Andersen is a junior, majoring in Adolescent Education and English literature. She is excited to be an editor for The Lantern this year, as well as the president of Ski Club. In her (very little) spare time, she enjoys reading, writing, video games, and photography. Recently, she was just promoted to Program Director at a small summer camp. Continue reading Meet the Editors 2022-2023: Hannah Andersen

Meet the Editors 2022-2023: Emma Dainty

Emma Dainty, a Freshman and our youngest editor, says “When I was about nine years old, I loathed writing. Therefore, I was dismayed when my mother signed me up for a writing class in my homeschool co-op. One week, the teacher told us to go home and write a story. While working on this assignment, I suddenly realized what fun writing was–I could put in … Continue reading Meet the Editors 2022-2023: Emma Dainty

Meet the Editors 2022-2023: Katya Nikolaeva-Howard

Katya Nikolaeva-Howard is an avid consumer of all varieties if tea. They are a senior double-majoring in Music and Communications. grew up as a TCK with homes between Russia and the U.S. She additionally enjoys cooking/baking, film, and design. Always aspiring towards peak grandmahood. (Yes, they will adopt you and nourish you with scones and tea.) Continue reading Meet the Editors 2022-2023: Katya Nikolaeva-Howard

“A Difference of Taste” by Megan Brown

A Difference in Taste By: Megan Brown Once upon a time, there was a boy named Everett. He sat two easels over in my Introduction to Oil Painting class and never failed to bring coffee with him to the studio. He carried it in an abstract travel mug one of his friends must have made him. The mug had a handprint where he could hold … Continue reading “A Difference of Taste” by Megan Brown