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A Look Through Convertini’s Lens

A Look Through Convertini’s Lens

Beauty is in the eye of the beholder, and in the lens of camera. “I was around 13 years old when I got my first pair of glasses. I was nervous about how they would change my vision, but the minute they sat on the bridge of my nose the world was more pronounced with color and shapes,” said senior […]

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Hannah’s Harmonious Hair

Hannah’s Harmonious Hair

Pocahontas paints with all the colors of the wind, but senior Hannah Penny puts them in her hair. “The most interesting thing about me is that I have a ‘weird’ hair color. I have been dying my hair different colors since about eighth grade,” Penny said. The dye in her hair is not to follow a trend, or to stand […]

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Desilva’s Daily Dilema

Desilva’s Daily Dilema

Stress not only makes senior Jacob Desilva lose sleep, he also loses hair. “I’ve had bald spots ever since I was a freshman, but they weren’t big. They started off really small and then grew bigger,”  said Desilva. “When it first started happening, it was really often. Once one bald spot would go away, another one would come back just […]

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Cracking Up At Caswell

Cracking Up At Caswell

Fort Caswell is known for it’s breezy beaches, long-established forts and memorable experiences. Sophomore Remy Merkousko recalls a trip to Caswell during his eighth grade summer as “the most funny/humiliating thing that has ever happened to me.” Merkousko was asked to speak about his experience at Caswell in front of a crowd of 300 people. When he started to speak, […]

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Kick-Butt Clites

Kick-Butt Clites

Behind a pair of glasses there is a champion black belt walking the hallways and his name is freshman Andrew Clites. He has been doing martial arts for three and half years and he is currently a first degree black belt. Kata is a series of movement exercises for practitioners of karate and other martial arts, and when Clites was only […]

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Penny for Your Thoughts

Penny for Your Thoughts

“I am a huge believer in the line from Tennyson’s “Ulysses”  – ‘I am part of all I have met’,” CTE Teacher Penny Prichard said.  Prichard is not just a teacher.  She takes part of the world around her.  She contributes in her church, makes quilts and expresses her individuality.  She expresses herself as she wants to be remembered as, “As […]

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