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Posts tagged as “Brooklyn Lile”

Local Students Make a Difference Through the “Earth Day, Everyday” Project

Leos club volunteers stand in front of the Barren County court- house with six bags of trash they collected. Pictured, from left, Ashley Wright, Brooklyn Lile, Grace Lowe, Garret Towe, Olivia Stanley, and Jayden Aument.  On April 22, nationally recognized as Earth Day, members of the Barren County Leos Club participated in a…

Self-Expression Assignment

By: Brooklyn Lile The sound of seventeen pairs of feet slowly, uniformly dragging along the dusty old floors comes to life as the monotone bell rings, compelling students to enter the dimly lit classroom. White walls that have turned almost yellow with age contrast the deep brown desks that are…

Why Magnet Students are a Main Contributor to the Flu Epidemic

By: Brooklyn Lile Being in the midst of flu season, there is tons of talk about the flu and how to prevent potential outbreaks. Several ideas are thrown around, including vaccines, sanitation techniques, etc. but one major contributor that is usually not considered is Magnet or honors students. The push…

Liberal Art Majors

By: Brooklyn Lile As the first semester of senior year is dwindling down, one of the most commonly asked questions is, “What do you plan on majoring in?” Students may throw out varying arrays of options from Biology to Economics, but the true divide is whether their major is considered…

“Horror House”: Part Two

By: Brooklyn Lile   My heart drops. There’s no way this is Greg. My Greg.   “What’s wrong, Amy? What are you looking at?” Arden questions as she slowly walks up to me. She gasps as she spots the victim lying on the floor.   “What the heck! Is that…