The Talon

Luisa Miglorancia
In these last hundred-ish days of quarantine, Luisa, commonly known as Luli, has been (surprisingly) productive. She has undertaken various art projects, has watched and re-watched countless Netflix shows, and has increased her repertoire of bossa nova songs on the guitar. Most of all, however, these pastimes have allowed her to mask her college and senior-year related stress. This is Luli’s second year as a Talonista, and her first year as a Features Editor, which she is obviously very excited about. She now hopes that writing and editing articles will keep her busy... If not, she’ll spend her time trying to figure out what exactly is the “features” section of a magazine. If any of you figure it out, please feel free to contact the Talon staff. 

Luisa Miglorancia, Features Writer

Aug 15, 2020
5 Silver Linings of the Covid-19 Quarantine (Story)
Mar 18, 2020
Is Joker a hero or a villain in the fight for better mental health perception? (Story)
Nov 11, 2019
‘Sea levels are rising and so are we’ (Story)
Oct 25, 2019
What it Means for Instagram to Remove Their Likes (Story)
The student magazine at  Graded School
Luisa Miglorancia