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13 Questions with Sofia Dadkhah

13 Questions with Sofia Dadkhah

Chloe Beiriger, 21st Century Journalism

October 8, 2017


Filed under 21st Century Journalism, Features, Q&A

Sofia Dadkhah is one of the few students selected to join the Young Playwrights’ Roundtable at the Coterie. Now, recently after having her first meeting, she discusses her experiences from the event.   CB: What are your feelings on being selected to join the Coterie? SD: I was super excited when I go...

15 Questions with Lee Dixon

15 Questions with Lee Dixon

Juliana Martin, 21 Cent Journalism

October 7, 2017


Filed under 21st Century Journalism, Features, Online Carousel, Q&A

Lee Dixon teaches Latin 1 through Latin 4. He has several hobbies and is very involved in the Latin community. His classroom is different than any other. There is stuffed animals, no desks, a big caribou head, and at least for Latin 1, no textbooks. You were in metalworking for several years before teaching...

15 Questions with Hope Nasse

15 Questions with Hope Nasse

McKenna Pickering

October 7, 2017


Filed under 21st Century Journalism, Features, Online Carousel, Q&A

15 Questions with Hope Nasse Struggling with the balance of school, dance and her overall lifestyle, Freshman Hope Nasse is constantly on her toes.   MP-How long have you been dancing? HN- I've been dancing since fifth grade so I guess that's about four years now.   MP-How has d...

16 Questions with Fiona Walther

16 Questions with Fiona Walther

Kelly Johnston

October 5, 2017


Filed under 21st Century Journalism, Features, Online Carousel, Q&A

KJ How did you start horseriding and know that was something you wanted to do? FW My dad rode in Denmark for 16 years and he introduced me to it. So it was kinda like passing on a family tradition, and it made me feel like I was part of a legacy. KJ How long have you been riding? How has your ...

Summer Travelers

Summer Travelers

Gini Horton, Reporter

September 26, 2017


Filed under Features, Online Carousel, Q&A

Sophomore Sofia Lanan Where did you go? "Iceland"   Have you been there before? "No"   Who did you go with? "My parents and my older cousin."   What is your favorite vacation you’ve been on? "The vacation to Iceland."   Did you go for just a vacation,...

Four Steps to Failure

Four Steps to Failure

Parrish Mock, Reporter

September 26, 2017


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  Former Miss Kansas Adrienne Bulinski gave a presentation to over 750 student council representatives throughout Kansas. Bulinski is currently traveling the state sharing her steps to success to be a better leader. How did Bulinski get to her dreams? Bulinski won her title as Miss Kansas...

How My Sister’s Life Used To Be

Yanelis Perez, 21st Century Journalist

May 4, 2017


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She left her family because she had no choice. Left her life behind and everything she had. Her mom wanted a better future for her and they had to move away. Freshman Karelis Perez was in fifth grade and was only 10 years old when she had to leave everything she loved. It has been four years...

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