Posted Wed, 2/15/2017 - 8:56am by Molly Woolbright
| Category: Scribes
Registration is now open for Scribes, Hugo House’s immersive writing camps for teens. Since launching in 1998, Scribes camps have fostered a love of reading and writing in middle- and high-school students. Often, the connections made between fellow campers and…
Posted Tue, 5/14/2013 - 11:19pm by Youth Leadership Board
| Category: Uncategorized
The following post was written by Sarah Zhou, a 10th grader at Interlake High School and member of the Richard Hugo Youth Leadership Board. This was originally written a few weeks ago, before the sunshine struck. Rainy days are usually associated with a whole potpourri of negative emotions–boredom, dreariness, even downright depression. But then, what happens to the soul of the Seattle-ite? Does it just shrivel up on soggy sidewalks?