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A semester in the wilderness

A semester in the wilderness

Jordan DeMario, News and Features Editor
February 9, 2024
Designed by Kendall Bowers
Shot by Kailey Foushee

Club brings inclusion and community

Emma Stanton, Sports Editor
February 9, 2024
With a background in taking photos and making content, senior Riley Carbon knew he had the credentials to help with Chick-fil-A’s social media. “I thought I’d be a good fit for the internship due to my knowledge in photography and content generation,” 
Carbon said

Powerful marketing? It’s his pleasure

Jordan DeMario, News and Features Editor
February 7, 2024
Senior Leia Eisen places a heating pad on a patient during her sports medicine internship. “The requirement for the internship was 120 hours. Having KLS while also balancing the internship put pressure on me to help with my team but also juggle my academics as well. My athletic trainers were very helpful on letting me put academics first 
however I still felt bad missing out on helping my team,” Eisen said

Kleine-Levin Syndrome: living extraordinary

Lili Ambrose, Entertainment Editor
February 7, 2024
Teacher of the Year: Celebrating Excellence

Teacher of the Year: Celebrating Excellence

Lili Ambrose, Co-Editor in Chief
February 2, 2024
Senior Madeline Capps and freshman Bryce Capps work together on the 
PowderPuff tournament plans. “We get to support each other and help each 
other out,” Madeline said.

Dynamic Duo: Siblings unite in student council

Lili Ambrose, Entertainment Editor
December 14, 2023
Wesley Coles and Zack Barnes are both celebrated in light of their heroic actions performed off the coast of Sullivan’s Island over Labor Day Weekend.

Barnes honored for heroism

Hayden Pinto, Staff Writer
December 14, 2023
Journey to becoming a role model

Journey to becoming a role model

Hayden Pinto, Staff Writer
December 14, 2023
Junior Reese Glover said she was supported by her cheer team after her house unexpectedly caught on fire. “It has always been such a second family to me and they all, a week after, got a gift basket together and raised 2000 dollars for me. My coaches were so 
understanding, so helpful, and I could not have asked for a better support system,” Glover said.

Community unites: a story of strength

Jordan DeMario, News and Features Editor
October 31, 2023
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