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Zenith is a printed magazine of unique art and writing from local teens from Hawaii. We need your support to fund our founding edition!
40 backers pledged $752 to help bring this project to life.

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    1. Creator Island Pacific Academy on January 6, 2011

      We did it!! Thanks for all of your continued support and believing in our project!!

    2. Creator Feliza Casano on December 20, 2010

      I hope you guys make it! I just graduated from high school in 2009, and my school - also very small - always encouraged me to push the envelope, which is what I see you guys doing here. Good luck with your project! From the video, the magazine sounds like it will be absolutely beautiful.

      PS: Don't listen to anyone who tells you print is dying. There's just nothing quite like picking up a real print book or magazine. :]

    3. Creator Emily Keown on December 18, 2010

      wishing you the best of luck. having programs like this in your school are vital to critical thinking and creativity!

    4. Creator Island Pacific Academy on December 14, 2010

      Hello Theo Rabinowitz. Thank you for your acknowledgement. As a class, we feel that being published in print makes us feel more accomplished rather than just posting something to a website because anything can go on a tumblr page. We have also learned so much through the process of making this magazine, things that we wouldn't have been able to experience if we had just updated someone's newsfeed.

    5. Creator Melissa Handy on December 11, 2010

      The web site for our school is actually ... it is missing an a

      Theo Rabinowitz, can you not just encourage young talent to explore whatever methods of expression they choose to share their thoughts and creativity? Thank you.

    6. Creator abso3rgative (deleted) on December 11, 2010

      Print is a dying medium. Have you honestly not heard of Get with the times, children.