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Art one students create their own paintbrushes

Nicole Genrich and Parker Nolan

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Students in first period art one crafted paintbrushes out of branches, feathers, twine and wire.
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Nicole Genrich, TRL A&E Editor

Nicole Genrich is a senior who is excitedly entering her third year as a member of The Red Ledger staff. She is the arts and entertainment editor this year and is excited to engage readers with new and invigorating stories. Nicole found her love for newspaper after she took a photojournalism course freshman year and began writing what she thought were funny opinion pieces. Nicole also enjoys photography on the side and photojournalism when she gets the chance to snap some pictures. She loves her job working at a wedding venue, being a part of Spanish National Honor Society, and challenging herself. Nicole enjoys  traveling, having a solid conversation, and watching  cinematic masterpieces. Nicole is able to do all these things that she loves thanks to freshly brewed coffee and La Croix, as they  help her get through a long day. She has always lived in the Lovejoy community and one day hopes to move to the coast and live out her dream of working in the movie industry.

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Parker Nolan, Section Editor

Senior Parker Nolan joined The RedLedger in ninth grade and is now the paper’s Multimedia Editor. His hobbies include making music, photography, and borderline dangerous escapades (some consider him an adrenaline junkie). Parker is currently dual enrolled at Collin College for Emergency Medical Services education to become an EMT. His favorite movie is “The Italian Job,” and his favorite genres of music are alternative rock and rap. “Be the change you want to see in the world,” a quote from Mahatma Gandhi, is a phrase that Parker tries to live his life by. In his spare time, Parker enjoys working out, hanging with friends, and exploding fireworks. Parker can be described as sometimes chill, sometimes adrenaline filled, and a little too confident in his abilities.

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