Winter Edition of Echo Magazine Explores Edges

Dean Spencer, social studies teacher and Echo advisor
April 21, 2021

Members of the literary magazine club successfully encouraged, supported, and inspired one another this winter, despite clubs meetings taking place on Zoom, to produce the winter edition of Echo Magazine. At 119 pages, this edition is the biggest yet!

“This semester’s Echo magazine theme—”The Edge”—really inspired our artists and writers, as we received a record number of pieces. In times of COVID, our contributors took the idea of edge in lots of great directions: the edge of a new world, the edge of a cliff, the edge of life and death. We’d like to thank all of our contributors for their wonderful work. We hope you enjoy it!”

– Echo Staff: Ripley Bright ’21, Kendree Chen ’21, Audrey Chuang ’23, Vivian Chuang ’21, Nina Cohen-Perlmutter ’23, Owen Huang ’23, Sue Kelman ’21, Thierrence Mathurin ’21, Quinn McCaffrey ’23, Aviva Pearlmutter-Bearson ’21, Jacob Stephenson ’21, Quincy Treisman ’23, Ezra Wolfson ’23, and Audrey Wu ’21-

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