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Assessing Potential

I wanted to be the best. Perfectly the best. That was my motto coming into high school, along with the idea...

By | June 4th, 2010|0 Comments

Angel Kantala

Many have seen her around campus, rolling through the halls, opening doors, and essentially managing on her own with apparent ease. But behind her firm, confident, and uninhibited character, senior Angel Kantala deals...

By | June 4th, 2010|0 Comments

Discovering Priorities

Creativity is the means by which our minds can flaunt their brilliance and abilities. I can trace my passion to create back to the third grade, when my teacher Ms. Blagdon designated a Writers’ Workshop every day for us to work on writing projects of our choice. I remember making menus, writing mystery short stories, and designing a new cover for a paperback book. Ms. Blagdon also had...

By | April 2nd, 2010|0 Comments

Robbie Dibble achieves greatness

Robbie Dibble is popular. He is known for his athleticism, artistry, and desire to be the center of attention—who could forget the crowds he attracts at school dances? His personality, however, overshadows another part of him, a part that his friends forget: Dibble has Asperger’s syndrome. “Asperger’s is a high-functioning form of autism..."

By | March 3rd, 2010|0 Comments