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Staff Profile
Karina Murray ’22

Karina Murray ’22

2020-2021

Karina Murray ’22, a paper features editor for Inklings, was inspired to join due to her interest in literature and her passion for current events on the news.  “I like to keep up with the news and everything that’s happening in the world,” Murray said. Aside from Inklings, Murray enjoys an...

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Staff Profile
Karina Murray

Karina Murray

2019-2020

Karina Murray ’22 decided to take Advanced Journalism after falling in love with journalism in her introductory course. Murray joins Inklings as a staff writer. Outside of journalism, Murray channels her energy through gymnastics. Gymnastics is a big commitment for Murray, even driving her to visit A...

Karina and I share similar interests, similar personalities and some even say we look a little similar. Many think that having a twin is like having a built in best friend, and I think no statement is more true.

PSA: advice for non-twins

Chloe Murray ’22 , Staff Writer October 15, 2021

I am an identical twin. And being a twin is the best thing in the world, in my experience. However, I have smiled, laughed and nodded through countless awkward situations of people saying “stand side...

The Humane Society’s production of “Save Ralph” emotionally defines the detriments of animal testing through the experiences of lovable rabbit Ralph, who has suffered critical injuries and harmful abuse in his career as a tester.

Humane Society successfully exposes detrimental nature of animal testing with new short film ‘Save Ralph’

Karina Murray '22, Associate Managing Editor May 6, 2021

Clinique, MAC, Benefit, Nars, Lancome, Maybelline, Revlon: ask a friend to identify their go-to beauty brand, and there is a probable chance they will answer enthusiastically with one of these widely adored...

The increase in popularity of streaming platforms such as Netflix, Hulu, Apple TV and Prime Video has been a huge contributor to the decline of the movie theater industry. Their wide variety of entertainment choices and convenience to watch from home often lead people to watch films from the comfort of their home rather than going out to the movies.

Beloved moviegoing experience competes with convenient home streaming services

Karina Murray '22, Blue Staff Paper Features Editor October 10, 2020

It’s a rainy Saturday afternoon. You decide it’s a good day to head to the movies; your favorite blockbuster just came out with a sequel. After picking up some friends on the way, you are welcomed...

U.S. History students advance to Nationals in annual competition

Chloe Murray , Paper Opinions Editor May 17, 2020

A handful of U.S. History Honors students waited nervously at their computers on May 13 anticipating the results of the National History Day (NHD) state competition. Several groups placed at the regional...

Awards

May 19, 2015

2022-2023 Nomination from the National Scholastic Press Association for Broadcaster of the Year, Toby Goldfarb ’23 Best of SNO, Lily Klau '23, "Annam Olasewere makes a splash at USA Swimming...

Graphic by Connie Zhou ’12

Local Family Rescues Man’s Best Friend

March 26, 2010

Stevie Klein '12 Web Features Editor Callie Loparo ’12 has always grown up with dogs. Whether it was a pit-bull, husky mix or Chow mix, the dogs were all from shelters. The six dogs she owns...

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