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Julie Day

Julie Day, Staff Writer

Julie Day, though academically inclined, is riddled with artistic elements. From a young age she was interested in all sorts of performing arts and writing, even though she could barely spell her own name right. With age she grew to appreciate words; she was fascinated with them: spelling them, defining them, and eventually using them. Uncommon words can be found in her genetic makeup. (The girl knows that Trouville and serendipity are synonymous.) Too bad she still can’t spell her name.

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It started as a jumble of numbers that would eventually form dates. Those dates set Madelyn Fynn apart from the rest of society, and they are the reason she is suspected of murder.

When Will the End Come for You?

Julie Day, Staff Writer
March 23, 2016
All the things you crave are embedded into the present, deeply intertwined into your choices. What you decide today links together your future.

The Capacity of The Present

Julie Day, Staff Writer
January 14, 2016
There is an American Ninja Warrior course set up for anyone to try and test their strength. People train for years to participate in the televised event; most competitors begin in small gym courses practicing the same type of obstacles on the real course.

First American Ninja Warrior Crowned

Julie Day, Staff Writer
November 30, 2015
The construction crew has established some beams and frames, as well as the first layer of concrete. The new building has plans to offer amenities and offices that the current building does not.

New Recreation Center for Cumming

Julie Day, Staff Writer
September 21, 2015
The amount of years poured into one cause, just one cause, adds up to a number. Age works the same way; it adds up to a number, just a number.

Age Is But a Number

Julie Day, Staff Writer
September 4, 2015
The stage is vast and the seats seemingly go on forever. A dancer knows that people will fill every seat, and then some, just to watch their show. Dancers prepare all year for their shows and nothing is more important than making it a good one.

The Secret To A Great Show

Julie Day, Staff Writer
May 11, 2015
The woods gave room to breathe, even when he followed her there. No amount of darkness could sway her, she owned the forest; she knew the forest thoroughly. The forest knew her as well.

All In a Day’s Time, My Dear

Julie Day, Staff Writer
May 11, 2015
Time May Be an Illusion

Time May Be an Illusion

Julie Day, Staff Writer
May 7, 2015
Any face told to represent heroism is a mask template, which not every hero can fit into. Is it possible for a mask to truly be “one size fits all?”

The Face of Heroism

Julie Day, Staff Writer
March 27, 2015
The wind howls, and the sun peers through the clouds. Haylie Shea Hatch studies the world around her because she knows some will never gaze upon the colors that the sun paints into the sky. Hatch breathes in the world, so she can show others how to breathe it out.

From Behind the Glass

Julie Day, Staff Writer
March 9, 2015
An Internal Facade

An Internal Facade

Julie Day, Staff Writer
December 12, 2014
 The tension is high as a visitor observes this rehearsal. Chamber choir singers are practicing their Christmas songs, but one of last year’s graduates is observing them. Joshua Shepherd can feel the tension, and couldn’t resist the chance to lighten the mood. With a pencil up his nose, he makes a ridiculous face at the visitor. Her laughter makes everyone relax. No one else seems to care about his antics because this is an example of everyday Joshua Shepherd.

All Wounds Need to Breathe

Julie Day, Staff Writer
November 10, 2014
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