Lucy Regnier Kline

5 Ways Children Can Make a Difference

By now, we all know about the school shooting in Parkland, Florida. 17 students and teachers are now dead, and many more are injured. I, for one, am tired of hearing about so many children that are dying, in addition to other mass shootings in our nation. However, for those like me, it is difficult […]

Being on the Debate Team

Plato (left) and Aristotle (right), from a detail of ‘The School of Athens’, a fresco by Raphael at the Vatican in Rome (image courtesy of wikicommons.org) On the day of my first debate competition, nerves bounced around in my gut. I was scared that I would stumble over words or freeze up when being interrogated […]

Eleanor & Park, Reviewed by Lucy Regnier Kline, age 13

Eleanor and Park, a novel by Rainbow Rowell, is an intriguing love story that kept me reading until I was done. Eleanor, the fat kid with bright red hair falls for Park, the semi-popular Asian kid. And Park realizes that he has a crush on the weird, redheaded girl that reads his comics on the […]