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Meme Greene -
Shelby Jordan explained that AmStud wasn't as bad as she thought it would be. "There was a lot of writing, but I had great teachers which made it more manageable," she said.
Kaitlyn Garrett -
"It was really neat to see, one, the competitive nature, but also how fun it was across divisions... it's brought people together that normally don't see one another."
Nick Thurkow-Schlund -
It's easy to tell ourselves when we're doing something wrong. However, it's another thing to actively try and stop.
Meme Greene -
"God gives us wonderful things," Carter said in his speech. "Life and freedom. Freedom to make our own choices. He also gives us talent and ability. Enough talent and ability to be successful in life."
Kaitlyn Garrett -
"The reason why I was inspired to organize this walkout is because I have a renewed sense of optimism as a result of the youth activism that has resulted from the Parkland shootings," says Dylan Shapiro, who organized the protest.
Evie Monroe -
"I've gotten a little bit more poise now, hopefully, then when I started out," he admits. He has been able to maintain this due to his "great confidence in our community."
John Srouji -
I've found Fortnite to be like a good book or a bag of chips. Once you start playing, it can be hard to stop, and I'm not the only one who's hooked.
Camille Summers -
Most girls spend A LOT of money on makeup. The real questions are, is it just for the brand, why do girls apply the makeup, and what are the effects of makeup on society?
Camille Summers -
"I got a double piercing because I wear uniforms. It adds a little something," one girl I spoke with says.
Meme Greene -
So I heard that a boy in my grade puts mayo on his Jamwiches. I asked him if it was true, and he said, "No!!! Who told you that? My friend keeps telling people that I do that, but I DON'T."
Nick Thurkow-Schlund -
In a way, the most important question that needs to be answered is: who do I want to live with? After all, we will have to spend a year with someone we likely will not have met before the day we move in together.
Kaitlyn Garrett and Meme Greene -
"I am a pretty creative and generally optimistic person so I tend to see problems from the perspective of opportunity. I have learned to listen and discern closely to make sure we get to the real crux of an issue to ensure we are addressing the real issue."
Camille Summers -
Ever since my days in Lower School, I remember being told, "When you fail, you have the opportunity to learn from your mistakes," and "It's ok to fail," and "Calm down. It's just one grade."
Nick Thurkow-Schlund -
"I feel like I understand what Da Vinci went through to make his machines. It was kind of hard and sometimes annoying using a computer and laser cutter, but I can definitely see how hard it was for him to make his machines by hand and by himself."
Kaitlyn Garrett -
"I was inspired by some of the things we do in order to convince other people and ourselves that we are a certain way," says first place winner, Irene Chang. "I wanted to show the kinds of twisted things people did when they thought they had to be something that they are not."
Laurel Blaske -
"I don't think they realized how much we could actually transform the space and that people were interested."
Evie Monroe -
"We have an important job," she says. "Our important job is to keep remembering and to keep imagining what else could happen."
Katie Krantz -
"That was one of my favorite chapels," says Senior Grace Anne Muller. "It was so cool to hear her speak, and I think it really showed that Lovett is committed to letting a lot of different voices be heard."
Laurel Blaske -
"My aunt and I used to eat them together," Sarah Pina said. "Thin Mints were her favorite."
John Srouji -
"One time we told people to write about a fish, and one time the prompt was a poem."
Camille Summers -
"Their classes were surrounded by this courtyard that would have monkeys climbing in the trees," he said. "It felt like a jungle."
Mimi Norton -
"Sometimes tournaments can be almost 12 hours long, so you get to spend a lot of time with your team. And the sleep deprivation makes it all the more interesting, haha."
Caroline York -
"Numbers came easily to me, but I still have to practice."
Evie Monroe -
For the Bob Ross one we got there at 9am and we didn't leave until 5:30," he said.
Evie Monroe -
Here are the results of the Valentine's Day Survey...
Laurel Blaske -
Of course, for every beloved ship there is always a ship with a few leaks.
Jack Nowland -
"I try to meditate once a day, and it's been pretty successful," Jay said. "It has definitely helped me lower stress, especially through the college application process."
Mimi Norton -
"It's not like you went to Kroger and bought a card for them and signed your name to somebody else's sentiment, but you created the thing..."
Molly Mitchell -
"I'm not really a big football person so I thought it'd be cool to go and see Kendrick Lamar, who I really like, instead of watching the National Championship."
Mimi Norton -
"There's a lot of history in Atlanta, in terms of the Civil Rights Movement, and it's really important to realize and learn about it."
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