New APs: Quick Facts

New APs: Quick Facts

Madison Fountain, Personalities Editor
September 24, 2013 • 133 views
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Erin Frye (Main Office)- Participated in Drill Team in high school Die-hard Aggie fan Animal lover Double-jointed in elbows Duck Dynasty fan Zelmarian Ready (Third Floor)- Kindergarten teacher for twelve years Has three kids Saints fan Southern Mississippi... Read more »

Allison Bao

Allison Bao

Shalavé Cawley, Staff Writer
September 24, 2013 • 122 views
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Room AY311. 7:53 a.m. Aug. 26, the first day of high school begins. After spending almost half an hour delayed in advisory, freshman Allison Bao heads to her first class where English teacher Sarah Martin’s mannequin greets her with a note attached stating that it must not be asked about. With that... Read more »

Bethany Ross

Bethany Ross

Billy Stevens, Staff Writer
September 13, 2013 • 99 views
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The basketball court lights up and the scoreboards set to zero as sophomore Bethany Ross takes her position as Regular Guard and gets ready. She hears the buzzer and springs to action dribbling the ball up the court, trying to give varsity an early lead in the game. “When I was younger I started... Read more »

Walker Baldwin

Walker Baldwin

Kim Spaulding, Staff Writer
June 29, 2013 • 164 views
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After a long day of school, junior Walker Baldwin makes his way down three flights of stairs, through the school doors and outside to the fieldhouse for baseball practice. “Baseball is the only thing I can do,” Baldwin said. “Playing the game is a huge part of my life.” Baldwin started... Read more »

Elizabeth Shine

Elizabeth Shine

Olivia Beaupre, Staff Writer
May 17, 2013 • 140 views
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Senior Elizabeth Shine wakes up in the morning with a plethora of things to do throughout the day including school, choir, work, tutoring and sand volleyball. “There’s never down time for me, ever,” Shine said. Shine has been participating in music and theatre for the majority of her life.... Read more »

Jay Watkins

Jay Watkins

Madison Hunter, Staff Writer
May 2, 2013 • 135 views
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Junior Jay Watkins walks up the carpeted stairs after returning home from school and enters the “game room.” Closing the sound-proof doors behind him, he sits in his wood framed, mint green director’s chair and props his feet up in front of the 53” flat-screen television as the loading screen... Read more »

Cranshaw Receives Acting Scholarship

Cranshaw Receives Acting Scholarship

Maria Castillo, Staff Writer
May 1, 2013 • 180 views
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Weeks have gone by, and now senior Christina Cranshaw has found herself given the opportunity she has dreamed of for years. Cranshaw received a large scholarship for her talent in performing to Santa Fe University of Art in New Mexico. After working with her director Jeremy Ferman for the weeks leading... Read more »

Nathalie Gaona

Nathalie Gaona

Madison Fountain, Staff Writer
April 18, 2013 • 124 views
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Watching the stage intently for visual cues and listening carefully for audible ones, freshman Nathalie Gaona takes a deep breath. She presses the go button on the computer and the sound of a frozen water hose being crushed plays through two speakers on stage, symbolizing the freezing of a character. “I... Read more »

Lynia Papenhagen

Lynia Papenhagen

Madison Hunter, Staff Writer
April 9, 2013 • 128 views
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The long, 5,047 mile flight from the northern part of Europe, across the North Atlantic Ocean, and over a few states transports junior Lynia Papenhagen from her home in Hamburg, Germany to Burlington, Vermont. She stayed at culture camp from July 25 to Aug. 4 with 500 other foreign exchange students... Read more »

Brandy McDaniel

Brandy McDaniel

Madison Hunter, Staff Writer
March 26, 2013 • 77 views
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Junior Brandy McDaniel steps into the eight and a half feet diameter discus ring, positions the disc on her palm, spins, and lets it fly. The discus stays airborne for 74.2 feet and then hits the ground with a soft thud. McDaniel has beaten her personal record. With a satisfied smile, she exits the ring,... Read more »

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