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Jaysen Groll

The most challenging part of senior year Jaysen says is keeping up with homework and staying motivated to the end. He would not be able to sacrifice his family even if it would solve a problem in the world. When he wakes up in the morning all he thinks about is that he is tired and then eventually he starts to think about the things that he has to do for the rest of the day, which makes him more tired. Don’t take candy for strangers, which might seem like normal advice, but as a kid, we all thought that was stupid advice. The most meaningful assignment was Mr. Baker’s passion Project where he talked about his passion for war info. He mentioned during his presentation that the soldiers would eat drywall because it had some fat. He is attending KU to study pharmaceutical medicine and become a pharmacist.

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Hunter Lines, Staff Reporter
When he was younger, Hunter always felt it would be cool to be a journalist who makes people more aware because journalism "is the path that people must take to reveal the truth." Hunter believes that it took a long time for him to speak his truth, and journalism makes that possible. He has previous experience as a staff reporter for The SOTO Sun and has written several articles for publication. His favorite category to write for is the Op/Ed section.
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