The calculated total of the number of page designs, photos and stories completed by the three seniors on the JagWire staff.
JagWire seniors give parting advice
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Quinn Franken: Quality over Quantity
The first friends I made after moving here 10 years ago are the same friends I am celebrating my graduation with. Whether I am extremely lucky, or was somehow able to spot amazing people at age eight, I made life-long friends that year.
After going through elementary school, and then middle school with them I was nervous about what high school was going to do to our relationship. Seeing movies and...
Hayden Resch: A Little Change
In Elementary school I was never the social type, always keeping to myself and drawing on my homework assignments instead of doing them. I had a few friends and we had fun together, but I rarely talked to anyone else. I always had a fear of embarrassing myself, and I'm not afraid to say I was a crybaby; the smallest comment about how I acted, what I ate or wearing always managed to get twisted in my...
Amy Hill: Don’t Give Up
When I was just three years old, I was adopted from China by my parents and their five older children. I did not speak any language due to my deafness, so I couldn’t communicate with anyone because my orphanage didn’t know how to teach
a language to me. Shortly after I was adopted, I learned how to use sign language and could communicate with my family. I also got my cochlear implants to help...