Hannah Williamson

Hannah Williamson, senior, has enjoyed reading and writing since she was young. She is excited to have the opportunity to further her abilities through the publication. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family and her dog. Hannah’s favorite book is Harper Lee’s To Kill A Mockingbird.

More of Hannah Williamson’s Work:

  • Twenty-nine thousand, two hundred and twenty-six - Twenty-nine thousand, two hundred and twenty six. A running number of lives lost. A number that is continuous.  A number that never ceases its endeavor to increase. The invader that …
  • Pandemic Patriotism - In a country so deep into the COVID-19 pandemic, what does the mask symbolize? For some, it symbolizes conformity. Giving in. Brainwashing, even.  But for others, it symbolizes respect. Protection. …
  • Why You Should Wash Your Hands When You Enter School - We’ve all been there. It’s 8:14, the grating sound of the echoey minute bell music is piercing the air, and you’ve just scanned your ID card. Or, maybe you’re one …
  • Mid-Pandemic Unity: Where Are You? - Photo Credit: ABC News August 15, 1945: America celebrates Victory in Japan Day, when Japan surrendered after years of brutality rooted in hatred from World War II. American, if not …
  • A Fruitless Attempt At Surviving Impending Mortality - Sunlight flooded the austere room, rainbows dancing on the walls. If this Neanderthal moved me over 2 inches, I’d be on my way to a decent meal. I was desperate. …
  • Did It Really Require a Global Pandemic? - Almost exactly 2 years ago, I sat in the very seat I sit in now and wrote about the disease that plagued America: school shootings. And now, in 2020, the …
  • silence - in the whole universe not a sound compares to that of utter silence eery to some boring to many yet reflective thoughtful  unchanging and so here i am at 1:06 …
  • Memories of an AP Bio Hawaii Trip - Despite the grueling tests and incessant march of written lab reports, AP Bio has its perks; one of them being the staggeringly phenomenal trip to Oahu, Hawaii, where some of …
  • Dear Second Semester, - Dear Second Semester,  I can’t even fathom you’ve snuck up on me so soon. Just a few short days ago I was worry-free, carrying winter break’s liberties with me wherever …
  • 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 …
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