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An engineering student makes something of his own invention by Tori Newkirk Busily tinkering away on his engineering and development project, senior Brandon Hedrick takes a break to contemplate the progress and complications. “The basis of the class is to invent something and follow through with the steps

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Freshman Quin Shoultz is known as the prodigy by her teammates by Tori Newkirk and Haedyn Scgalski Most students turn 15 during their freshman year, which is not the case for freshman Quin Shoultz. “I’m 14 right now, I don’t turn 15 until September 22nd,” Shoultz said. Shoultz has

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Molding her own beliefs, sophomore Lucie Cyliax trusts herself and does what pleases by Natalie Bush Keeping to her convictions or firmly held beliefs, sophomore Lucie Cyliax will stand up for what she believes in. Due to this, Cyliax describes herself as bold. “If I think something is

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Freshman Tori Prestel spends hours improving her dancing ability by Haedyn Scgalski Monday’s school day ends, and for freshman Tori Prestel this means time to get ready for ballet. “I go Monday though Thursday [to the studio],” Prestel said. “During our show season, I rehearse on Sat.” Prestel got

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Senior Ashley Jaeger shares her creative hobby of making her own clothing designs by Hannah Perkinson In cases like senior Ashley Jaeger’s, sometimes boredom can lead to genuis. Along with the work brought on by being a high school senior, Jaeger decided to take on the task

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Sophomore Steven Greathouse is involved with theater, choir and everything in between by Katie Stowers Being involved in 10 productions in four years, sophomore Steven Greathouse enjoys theater. “I have been involved in theater since seventh grade. I auditioned for “The Diary of Anne Frank,” and I didn’t

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