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Stories from The Trail

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Stories from The Trail

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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...

Keep it moving: Hallway Traffic Etiquette PSA

With the growing number of students at Cherokee Trail, navigating the crowded hallways has become frustrating for many students. Trail media reporters, Morgan Ames, Anayla Apolinar, and Cristopher Rodriguez, educate students on proper hallway etiquette during passing periods.

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Christopher Rodriguez
Christopher Rodriguez, Staff Reporter
Cristopher Rodriguez is a Junior at CT. Cristopher has been in the Journalism program for all three of his years in high school. As well as being in Journalism for three years he has also been in the debate program since his freshman year. Cristopher joined these classes because of his love for talking to people and learning new things. So that's why he especially loves Journalism. In the program he has been able to talk to so many new and different people and tell their stories. This year he hopes to continue telling stories and hopefully get a little better at it too.
Anayla Apolinar
Anayla Apolinar, Staff Reporter
This is Anayla’s first year in digital media. She is in her junior year and was born in Miami, Florida. With her experience from intro to journalism, Anayla hopes to capture many stories and share them with Cherokee Trail. One of her favorite things about being a part of the digital media team is interviewing people. She loves to touch base on different topics and gather different perspectives and opinions.
Morgan Ames
Morgan Ames, Staff Reporter
Morgan Ames is a Junior at CT and a three year journalism student. She enjoys creating stories about topics that CT does not often focus on and would love to bring light to more small sports and activities around the school this year. Morgan was part of CTs JV lacrosse team this past year and outside of school she does many things such as dance, skiing and most of all just hanging out with her friends. This year she hopes to expand her knowledge of digital media and overall become a better journalist.

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