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    Students reflect on first quarter of school year

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    Tishia Darmawan ’24 has found that while quarter one senior year does involve pressures such as grades that will need to be submitted to colleges, she has also found that the overall atmosphere and social scene has been going great.
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    Lily Hultgren ’25, Paper Features Editor
    For Paper Features Editor Lily Hultgren ’25, joining Inklings was an opportunity to improve her interpersonal skills and do something she loves in the meantime.  ““I wanted to push myself out of my comfort zone and interview people I don’t know, which is something I get nervous about,” Hultgren said.  As a junior, a veteran now, in Inklings, she thinks that the organization has helped her push beyond these fears. She has definitely seen her own improvement.  “Having to constantly talk to new people for articles and for broadcasts has really helped me learn more about myself and other people.”

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