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When it comes to after school activities, Taylor is no stranger to them. She participates in band, jazz band, theater, drama club, forensics, scholar bowl, Gateway Club, ecology club, NHS, pep band, and Interact. She has done theater since eighth grade, but the most fascinating thing she has done in high school has been as a part of Mama Mia. When asked about her reflection of the musical, Taylor said, “I thought it went well, but I didn’t personally enjoy it, which was weird for me.” She is also in the National Honor Society where she has good grades and is keeping up with her good grades. When asked how other people might describe her she said she is a little goofy and generally well-meaning.


Gavin Black is a student at School of the Osage High School. He is in basketball and marching band and was also a courtwarming candidate for the senior class. I asked Gavin how he felt about being a courtwarming candidate and he is very thankful that the student body chose to vote for him. I also asked him how other people would describe him. He said, “I would say people describe me as fun, smart, and inclusive. I say this because I feel I am someone who is friends with almost everyone.

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Dakota Rodden, Staff Reporter
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