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Julia Hubbell

Julia Hubbell, Staff Reporter

Julia Hubbell is a sophomore at Lake Brantley High School, and a first-year staff reporter. She is a member of the Marching Patriot Band, and plays the flute and piano. She is an avid lover of music, experimenting with many genres and time periods. Most of her free time is spent at band practices or meeting with the community group Ignite X. You can often find her watching new movies and tv series’, overanalyzing most of its subtext, or ordering a Twigs & Berries at the nearest Planet Smoothie. She is excited to be representing the student body this year on the Newspaper staff, and hopes that she can learn the best way to do that throughout the course of this year.

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Taylor Swift’s 8th album folklore was released on July 24. Its companion album evermore was released Dec. 11.

[Photo] Swift’s new era

April 9, 2021
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Sports JAM: Superbowl

April 6, 2021
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Loaded words are commonly found in today's media, it can be a dangerous manipulator to the minds of readers.

Loaded language in the media

January 10, 2021
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The 1988 film

Is ‘Die Hard’ a Christmas Movie?

December 17, 2020
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Though it seems childish to do arts and crafts in a high school classroom, Garmon seems to learn from them as well as enjoy the low-stress activity. “It’s nice because we still learn about children even though we aren’t doing anything difficult,” Garmon said.

[Photo] Early childhood gets crafty

November 1, 2020
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Junior Sierra Higgins plays the drum set during a School of Rock performance. She enjoys the experience of playing for live audiences, and channels her excitement into her playing. “Being able to perform in front of the public is cool, it gives me a learning experience,” Higgins said. “I’m always excited to start playing.”

Sierra Higgins: drum line vs. drum set

October 30, 2020
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Sophomore Chelsea Faller has used her time at home to learn new techniques and determine what suits her style. She has been working with new shading methods in her most recent drawings. “I’ve always wanted to try new methods, and now I finally can,” Faller said.

Passed time and pastimes

September 29, 2020
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