Kelsey Carroll

As December 2019 concludes, many students say goodbye to their first full decade of life. The years marked their childhood and adolescence, while staff members said goodbye to a decade full of various national changes, new jobs and medical hope.

Senior Cameron Harper

“[I feel] indifferent because the passing of time has no effect on events that occur. Im going to vote, but I also don’t like politics in general. I’m keeping tabs on it but I’m not that invested in it. I’m graduating, but I’m just moving onto the next phase of my life I guess. I’m hoping space travel takes off more especially with SpaceX so that’ll be interesting in the coming decades. I hope the phones get cheaper again.”

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