South is a school of many academic activities. One of these activities includes the INK magazine here at South, which specializes in featuring artwork from its very own students. It is released at the end of the year along with the special senior issue of the Clypian, and only three submissions can be made per person per year. The categories of art can range anywhere from poetry to photography, showcasing a wide range of student talent. Students must submit their work to the clypian website, or drop off a physical copy to Brian Eriksen in room 11, located in the basement, and along with a short description of their work if applicable.
“I think INK magazine benefits students because it gives them a creative outlet and a wider audience for their works that might not be as easily attainable elsewhere,” Anna Scherer ‘17, the supervisor of the magazine, said.
“I think that the INK magazine is a good way for students to share their thoughts and opinions through art,” Parker Cepeda ‘17 said. “I believe that students need a channel to express their creativity, and this is also a good way for the school to show off the artistic abilities of the students who go here.”