Color your Harker experience

by Kaitlin Hsu and Rose Guan

What is this section for? It’s a map of Harker – a hopefully humorous one, for YOU to color in.

Hear us out. While coloring is traditionally a childhood activity, coloring books for adults have become a surprise hit in the last year. Psychologists associate coloring with stress-relief and a sense of accomplishment. Also, it’s just fun.

You can submit your colored pages to the journalism room on the day back from spring break, and the winning artist will receive a basket of specially curated easter eggs.

In all seriousness, in an issue featuring the idea of happiness during one of the most stressful times of the year, we of the Winged Post decided to include this coloring page to remind everyone how important it is to take a break.

So enjoy this page, enjoy your break, and enjoy yourself. Your happiness matters.

Print this out to color in!


This piece was originally published in the pages of the Winged Post on March 23, 2016.