The Echoes

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A modern day addiction

Sydyney Hinze, Feature Editor

May 2, 2019

When Mr. Pitkin pitched the idea of giving up an ad- diction for a period of time, I looked at him curiously. I wasn’t addicted to anything that would really have an effect on me, was I? Then he challenged me to g...

Like father, unlike daughter

Hannah Huynh, Feature Writer

March 29, 2019

When Julie* was seven, her father picked her up after school. He watched as his favorite little girl came to greet him in the carpool lane at a local elementary school. As he greeted his daughter, the stench of alcohol left his...

Fighting a Battle

Sydney Hinze, Feature Editor

February 28, 2019

“Do you know what incurable means?” For sophomore Sofia Canchola the response to that weighty question was much more positive than her doctor’s reality. “I told her (the doctor) that I’m not going to be...

Alcohol tearing a family apart

Hannah Huynh, Feature Writer

February 28, 2019

When Julie* was seven, her father picked her up after school. He watched as his favorite little girl came to greet him in the carpool lane at a local elementary school. As he greeted his daughter, the stench of alco...

Social Anxiety

Sydney Hinze, Feature Editor

February 13, 2019

The light snap of a rubber band or scratching on her wrist can sometimes help save sophomore Lexi Faulk from a total breakdown. Faulk suffers from severe depression and anxiety. As Faulk got ready for her first day of public...

Separated by a border

Separated by a border

December 19, 2018

Better… together

Sydney Hinze, Feature Editor

December 19, 2018

They may look alike, but the sets of twins and triplets walking the SHS hallways are quick to point out that they are individuals with many differences. Zoe Kincaid and her twin sister, Ashley, are identical, but definitely have...

Giving the Chances

Giving the Chances

December 19, 2018

A Parking Predicament

A Parking Predicament

December 19, 2018

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