Hannah Williamson

Hannah Williamson junior, has enjoyed reading and writing for as long as she can remember. She is excited to be able to further her abilities through the publication. In her free time, she enjoys playing softball with her teammates and spending time with her family. Hannah’s favorite book is John Green’s The Fault in Our Stars.

More of Hannah Williamson’s Work:

  • Plant Murderer - My victims: ones of agriculture Green, leafy, of botanical nature. I didn’t mean to murder them, But the drooping leaves and wilted stem Seem to blame me with every inch …
  • Dearest Freshmen, - Dearest Freshmen,  You’ve anticipated this year for as long as you could possibly remember. Maybe with excitement, maybe with dread, maybe with nerves that couldn’t possibly be calmed by anything …
  • Summer, gone. - By Hannah Williamson Summer, gone.  Endless days baking in the burning rays diminished to sitting in a classroom under bright fluorescent lights.  Fun restaurants and beachside cafes seem to fade …
  • 9 Things I’ve Learned As A Sophomore - By Hannah Williamson Yes, you do need your calculator for that chem test. Check. The. Calendar. Even when I’m trying to be as concentrated and focused as possible, Netflix just …
  • My Sister and I - For 10 years we held our stuffed animals dearly Our princess costumes and crowns well-worn and loved After being traipsed through supermarkets, Targets, and Costco. We grew out of them …
  • It’s Beginning To Look A Lot Like Christmas - With Christmas only a few days away, people are scrambling to pick out their trees and decorations before December 25th. As the calendar ticks off days and we get closer …
  • We Cannot Live Like This - If you go into a Google search and type in “how many,” one of the first things to pop up in the results bar is “how many mass shootings in …
  • Dear Summer, - Dear Summer, We seem to always be waiting upon your arrival. After Easter break, we seem to be thrown into a pit of nothingness: the time between April and June …
  • Novel vs. Hollywood: The Fault in Our Stars - John Green’s spectacular novel, The Fault in Our Stars, is a heartwarming book that makes any reader smile, cry, and laugh in the span of just a few pages. Its …
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