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Katey Pappas

Katey Pappas, staff writer

Katey Pappas is a sophomore beginning her first year in newspaper. She hopes to write a lot and have a fun time. Outside of school, she can be found working on pre-cal notes, playing tennis, stewing in anger about politics or spending time with her good friend. Her friend is named Henry, a fluffy golden retriever. They do almost everything together and Katey would never want it any other way, even though she has to help clean up all the messes he makes and things he destroys. She enjoys spending time outside and rereading books from “The Clique” series by Lisi Harrison or anything by James Herriot.

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Teaching tech 

May 14, 2021
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Spring has sprung

April 20, 2021
Sometimes, the key to happiness is looking for joy in the little things; from a cup of tea to a walk, it's the details that make all the difference.

Ways to be happier

April 18, 2021
Oversized and simple, these are featured items of this year's most popular fashion trends.

Overrated fashion in 2020

February 12, 2021
One of the most raised questions to everyone's skincare routine is what products will work best for them.

Skincare for all

January 17, 2021
Many families will not be able to celebrate Christmas this year; high prices for gifts, holiday food and decorations make it nearly impossible for many families to have the celebration they want, especially with COVID-19 causing a rise in unemployment.

Holiday donations

December 16, 2020
Autism is defined as a serious neurodevelopmental disorder that impairs the ability to communicate and interact.

Love is all you need

December 16, 2020
According to the Environmental Working Group,

Scary cosmetics

December 6, 2020
Sophomore Macy Maynard practices tennis while wearing her face mask. Whether people like it or not, masks are required on and off of campus to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Masking the problems

November 2, 2020
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Too cute to spook

October 31, 2020
OVID-19 has changed every life in the United States. What started out as a virus affecting just a few people spread to millions, and it’s arguable a large portion of the increase is due to people ignoring science. 

Ignoring Science

October 31, 2020
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