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Raelyn Albert

Raelyn Albert, staff writer

Raelyn Albert is entering the horror more commonly referenced as junior year and her second year as a staff writer. She is big on trying new things but not new foods. Raelyn loves to go on adventures with her friends and parties every single day of her life, just kidding. She naps all the time. Soccer and dance takes up most of her free time, and newspaper takes up the rest. Raelyn is very sensitive, so please do not yell at her. It is safest to simply stay away from her. Despite the fact Raelyn is a junior approaching adulthood, she still feels like a 10-year-old while standing next to senior girls. She's tiny and the quietest person in the room. However, if she is comfortable around you, she becomes the most obnoxious person in existence.

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To work or to play

February 25, 2020
Devun Saveall checks up on a previously injured player at a football game. The student trainers work very hard at sports events to maintain the safety of players.

Behind the scene team

October 31, 2019
Sitting outside her home in Beverly, junior Dashanae Criner reflects on how she has overcome the time she spent in a homeless shelter and being bullied. “I went from thinking I was worthless in the world to  thinking I probably do have a purpose in the world,” Criner said.

Moving on to brighter days

September 29, 2019
graphic by Victoria Van

Meet at the Mistletoe

November 14, 2018
Soccer held a fundraiser to help pay for traveling expenses throughout this season. Tickets were sold for $100 each.

Drawdown for the goal

November 13, 2018
Wake Village holds a Night Out event in support of law enforcement. Residents of Wake Village enjoyed games, booths and food on   Oct. 2.

Call it a night

October 3, 2018
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