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Danielle Stone

Danielle Stone, Staff Writer

Danielle Stone is a gelastic bantam who spends more time tripping over her own feet than she would care to admit. She currently holds the position of Worst Person on the Planet, and she is a self-certified pretentious idiot. Often, she can be found throwing her existentialism at others or otherwise making her peers uncomfortable. There are very few things she enjoys; included on this short list are chocolate, alternative music, and dogs. Because she is small and generally unintimidating, she compensates by wearing all black all the time and not smiling very often.

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Everything has to end eventually.


Danielle Stone, Staff Writer
May 23, 2016
She was a mess of contradictions. She was simultaneously everything and nothing all at once.

The Moon

Danielle Stone, Staff Writer
March 24, 2016
We were best friends. It turns out we werent forever.


Danielle Stone, Staff Writer
December 10, 2015
The team upon announcement that they were going to state. Photo credit to Heather Transue.

NFHS Cheer Goes to State

Danielle Stone, Staff Writer
December 10, 2015
Theme parks are usually fun for the whole family, but Dismaland may not be suitable for children. Photo is a screenshot from video in article.

Dismaland: A Bemusement Park

Danielle Stone, Staff Writer
October 6, 2015
Kids are known for their creativity, but sometimes their imaginations lead them to the wrong conclusions.

Childhood Misconceptions

Danielle Stone, Staff Writer
September 8, 2015

Spiraling Through Life

Danielle Stone, Staff Writer
March 23, 2015
Looking in the mirror should reflect oneself, not the image of what others want. When someone looks in the mirror, they should be happy with the person standing on the other side.

Self-love Above All Else

Danielle Stone, Staff Writer
March 2, 2015
Many people deal with anxiety on a daily basis. When it first makes an appearance, it seems insignificant, but over time, slight nerves grow into severe anxiety.

Expanding Anxiety

Danielle Stone, Staff Writer
December 15, 2014
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