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KIVA Week: The Importance of Cultural Representation
KIVA Week: The Importance of Cultural Representation
Emma Tran and Paige KyleApril 18, 2024

IB Minority Club held its annual KIVA Week in March. This year many cultural clubs participated in events such a food night, a fashion show,...

Ditching the pencils - How students adapt to digital SAT
Ditching the pencils - How students adapt to digital SAT
Edward Tay and Anayla ApolinarApril 15, 2024

  As we continue to submerge into the digital age, some things have undergone significant changes. This year, for example, the SAT has gone...

GSA creates a supportive community for LGBTQ students

High School students have a lot of pressure put on them to know who they are. Expectations from family, friends, and school are overwhelming. At our school, many clubs strive to create a safe and supportive space in our community. The Gay Straight Alliance is one of these impactful clubs. GSA’s Co-presidents Jacob Gould, Casey Schroeder, and Leo Callanen spoke with Trail Media Reporter Paige Kyle to explain what the club means to them and how it has helped the community.

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Paige Kyle
Paige Kyle, Staff Reporter
Paige Kyle is a Senior at Cherokee Trail High School. She has been a part of the CTTV program for two years and loves it. She works mainly with video aspects of various stories and writes some copy. For the last four years, she has been in the International Baccalaureate Program and National Honors Society. She loves teaching dance and is a part of the Colorado School of Dance faculty as a teacher for 4-8 year olds this year. She aspires to go to college and become a teacher in the future. Her favorite things are family, friends, being a teacher, pandas, and the color green.

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