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Mirrors magazine reflects student creativity

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Mirrors Literary & Art Magazine hot off the press.

Mirrors Literary & Art Magazine hot off the press.

Evan E. Parat

Evan E. Parat

Mirrors Literary & Art Magazine hot off the press.

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As the sun sets on the sphere of the 2016-17 school year, the winding shadows twist and stretch their ways across the surface, plunging the various clubs and activities into absent twilight. In the final moments of daylight, before all fades away, Mirrors Club, as they do every year, blissfully dances across the landscape before the inevitable baptism of darkness.

Preparation for this festival of sunlight had been going on ever since the winter when Mirrors had begun receiving submissions, all the while planning and hosting Java Live sessions. Along the school year’s facade, Mirrors stands out as a unique feature, a vibrant, buzzing orchard teeming with life and color. This is notably due to the expense of the organization.

“Mirrors combines a lot of different forms of expression,” said Jennifer Shackleton, the club’s faculty sponsor. “Various types of students come together to help out in the creation of one final product. In many ways, it is a collage.”

This final product, Mirrors Literary & Art Magazine, is a beautiful specimen of this collage-structure, bringing the original poetry, short fiction and visual art of York students together under one cover.

Mirrors Literary & Art Magazine, the club’s spectacular sundance finale, will be on sale in the Commons from Wednesday to Friday this week, and afterward, will be available at Beck’s Bookstore until the school year comes to a close. Each copy costs two dollars; be sure to pick one up when acquiring your yearbook.

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