Teah Swartzon

Teah Swartzon

"I believe there's too little patience and context to many of the investigations I read or see on television" -Bob Woodward Teah Swartzon, a sophomore at Orange County School of the Arts, is an actress, singer, and most importantly, passionate writer.
Review: Books to cure your cabin fever during isolation

Review: Books to cure your cabin fever during isolation

During this time in isolation, I have picked up quite a few amazing books that have made it onto my favorites list. Listed below are nine of my favorites, including their genre(s), author and my personal review. 9: "Franny and Zooey" by J.D Salinger Genre:...

Opinion: Weakness and what it means to me

Opinion: Weakness and what it means to me

Recently, I asked my followers — all 700 of them — what weakness meant to them. I received various answers, ranging from "falling in love" to "putting others down to feel above them" and "lacking resolve." For me, weakness is more than just lacking ambition and...

Opinion: Netflix’s show ‘You’ highlights gender bias

Opinion: Netflix’s show ‘You’ highlights gender bias

The Netflix show "You," revolves around the character Joe, who is clever, charming and dangerous. He fixates on women, becoming obsessed at first glance. He justifies his unjust — and extremely creepy —behavior as an act of love. Unfortunately, his stalker-ish and...