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African American Literature class provides diversity in English curriculum

African American Literature class provides diversity in English curriculum

Megan VanValkenburgh, Convergence Journalism Writer

1 day ago

Sitting in a circle, 19 African-American and three white students engage in a Socratic Seminar discussing the impact of slavery in American society during African-American Literature class. The long-awaited class began in August after previously failed attempts due to the lack of enrollment in years...

Senior Amal Mustic takes us on her ride through becoming a car influencer

Senior Amal Mustic takes us on her ride through becoming a car influencer

Megan Hoenecke, Convergence Journalism Writer

2 days ago

Sliding out from beneath her prized BMW F30, senior Amal Mustic changes the exhaust system and replaces an old grill on her car. Mustic is a car influencer that specializes in modifying her car, a hobby she picked up from her father. Mustic shares the alterations of her car and uses social media a...

A season-ending injury to a speedy recovery

A season-ending injury to a speedy recovery

Victoria Neeser, Convergence Journalism Writer

3 days ago

During the second play of the varsity football game against Oakville, junior Tim Nelson began running to the left to get off the block. As he carried the ball to make a cut to the right, his foot got stuck in the turf. “When I tripped and fell, some people rolled over my knee,” Nelson said. ...

Los dos Navarros: spouses and Spanish teachers in the same corridor

Los dos Navarros: spouses and Spanish teachers in the same corridor

Tasneem Nasufovic, Convergence Journalism Writer

December 6, 2019

It all started with a lunch date in Madrid, talking about archaeology and boasting about raising chickens. Traveling and learning different languages and cultures brought Spanish teachers Francisco and Dominique Navarro’s journeys together. As a child, learning Spanish did not start out as an interes...

Senior Ismail Hacking pursues his passion for videography

Senior Ismail Hacking pursues his passion for videography

Maddy Truka, Convergence Journalism Writer

December 5, 2019

Picking up the camera and pressing record from the sidelines, senior Ismail Hacking captures moments from a football game or an overflowing student section in a single video. “I’ve always been someone who creates things. As a kid, I drew, I played piano and I just liked making things. Videos, ...

Which Thanksgiving food are you?

Which Thanksgiving food are you?

Emma Caplinger, Arts and Entertainment Editor

November 26, 2019

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Senior Gabriel Weber learns new ways to be an adaptive athlete with the help of Beautifully Flawed retreat

Senior Gabriel Weber learns new ways to be an adaptive athlete with the help of Beautifully Flawed retreat

Zoe DeYoung, Staff Writer

November 25, 2019

Senior Gabriel Weber was born with symbrachydactyly, a congenital abnormality that left her with only one hand. Growing up with a limb difference in a world made for two-handed people put Weber in many unique situations, from difficulties tying shoes to dealing with stares from strangers.  Despi...

Will Bonnett: from surgery to state in one swim season

Will Bonnett: from surgery to state in one swim season

Quinn Berry, Convergent Media Writer

November 13, 2019

At the beginning of boys swim season, sophomore Will Bonnett imagined he would be training for the first meet with his teammates, not in recovery after emergency ear surgery.  The surgery, originally planned as a postseason operation, grafted skin from behind Bonnett’s ear onto his eardrum to he...

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