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Gracie Zimmerman

Gracie Zimmerman, Literature Editor

Hello. I’m Gracie Zimmerman and this is (hopefully) my last year at North. I have been in journalism for zero years and I’m stoked to do extensive research on you to write an article sharing every detail of your life. When I’m not in school, I am doing cheer or cheer related events (seriously it’s all I ever do; I eat, sleep and breathe cheer.) If you have me on Snapchat (@gramunge), you’d know I am obsessed with my geriatric, obese cat, Missy. I have too many collections, including but not limited to: coffee cups, crystals and squishmallows. Unfortunately they won’t get me any closer to my goal of being a radiologist, but God willing this Journalism credit will

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A person, seen as a bug. Photo by Gracie Zimmerman

A Bug’s View

Gracie Zimmerman, Literature Editor
April 10, 2023
Freshman Rylee Kate Lamb cheered on the freshman boys football team (Photo by Gracie Zimmerman).

The Controversy of Cheerleading

Gracie Zimmerman, Literature editor
February 2, 2023
JROTC’s Veterans Day Celebration, held Nov. 11, 2021.

Veterans Day Happenings

Gracie Zimmerman, Literature Editor
November 7, 2022
Waiting for sleep to visit. Photo from Goodnight Moon

Falling Asleep

Gracie Zimmerman, Literature Editor
October 28, 2022
Senior Ella Gilbert running a flag during kickoff at the Pink Out game. Photo by: Sarah  Treusch

Football Themes Need a Revamp

Gracie Zimmerman, Literature Editor
October 26, 2022
 Members of the Black Student Union club attended Coal Mountain Elementary to read to students. (Submitted by: Mary Ewing)

Uniting Through Student-Led Clubs

Gracie Zimmerman, Literature Editor
October 7, 2022
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