The literary and arts magazine of Hopkins School

Who We Are

Daystar is Hopkins School's literary and arts magazine, a century-long tradition of celebrating and publishing students' work. We are a student club and a student-run publication, producing a chapbook in the winter and a full-sized magazine in the late spring. On a normal year, you can find Daystar hosting various campus-wide events like the fall festival, coffee houses, and a spring arts festival on the Quad, but even in abnormal circumstances, Daystar finds a way to prevail.

We accept submissions of visual art, poetry, prose, and non-fiction throughout the year, but if you have a piece of audio or 3D art or some other genre-bending work, let us know, and we will find a way to publish it.  Notifications about deadlines for each publication will be shared with the whole school, and all Hopkins students are encouraged to submit work, attend a meeting, or participate in any Daystar events.

-The Daystar Staff

Editor-in-Chief
Abby Fossati
Prairie Resch

Photography/Art Editors
Jessica Chapman
Joanna Wei


Prose Editors
Alexander Yuen
Amanda Wang

 
Poetry Editors
Abigail Kruger
Caroline Asnes
Pearl Miller


Event Coordinators
Ella Ip
Fiona Li




Web Editor
Julia Kosinski

Faculty Advisor 
Ms. Renee Harlow