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Back to school fashion: Students express themselves on a hot first day


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Gabriela Paz- Solden
Having gotten through the first day of school, Junior Elizabeth Shaw smiles while showing off her trendy black romper and Birkenstock sandals.
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Liza Armstrong, Sports Editor

Liza started writing for the Harbinger in journalism class her freshman year.  She mostly writes updates on sports, profiles, and opinions.  Besides Harbinger she is a member of DECA and the girls’ golf team.  Along with writing she enjoys running, rewatching How I Met Your Mother for the third time, and following college basketball.  She is also a vegan, a fact she won’t let you forget.

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Katrina Liu, Opinion Editor

Katrina started writing for the Harbinger in her sophomore year through Journalism class, and is currently the Opinion editor. Her position is parallel...

Ben Weber, News Editor

Ben Weber decided to take Journalism his freshman year and then later became the Assistant News Editor his junior year. He is now the News Editor. Ben runs cross country in the fall as well as indoor and outdoor track in the winter and spring. Although completely average at cross country, he used to be able to lick his elbow.

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Maggie Del Re, Editor-in-Chief

Maggie was unwillingly thrusted into journalism class freshman year due to a scheduling snafu. Already a passionate writer, she quickly fell in love with journalistic storytelling and decided to follow this newfound interest by becoming an editor. She served as the Arts and Entertainment editor for three years and then leapt to Editor-in-Chief somehow. Now she spends every moment obsessively thinking about the Harbinger and suffering. She basically sold her soul to this paper, but she wouldn’t have it any other way.

 

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Elissa Gorman, Editor-in-Chief

Elissa Gorman began writing for the Harbinger her freshman year in journalism class. She has spent the past two years exploring news as an Assistant News Editor and News Editor. Her favorite part about reporting is being able to craft people’s stories and give voice to them, while being able to express opinions of her own!

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