Humans of GCAA: Dani Crivello

JuJu Vieth, Photo Editor

April 28, 2015

Humans Of GCAA: Zaria McDonald

Dariyun Franklin-Leonard, Staff Writer/Photographer

April 21, 2015

Humans of GCAA: Jaylah Davis

Emma Iffrig, Yearbook Editor-in-Chief

April 14, 2015

Humans of GCAA: Ashley Pavlige

“Well, dance isn’t something you just do to do. You can be really flexible but be a terrible dancer. You could get the moves down perfectly but still be a terrible dancer. Dancing comes from within you. You have to take every life event, every birthday party, every bruise, every broken bone, every emotion, and put it into your body. It’s hard and takes getting older and gaining maturity and life experiences to get better. It gives a whole new meaning to practice makes perfect. Because… you’re practicing life.”   - Ashley Pavlige, junior

Roy Hawkins, Staff Writer/Photographer

April 7, 2015


Humans of GCAA: Mirabai Moseley

“I don’t want to be down here. I just want to go to my classroom.” Mirabai Moseley, junior.

Ivy Beckenholdt, Assignment Editor

March 30, 2015

Humans of GCAA: Jordan Siemens

“My old school, people were really competitive about social stuff and there were a lot of cliques. But here it’s a lot smaller and everyone talks to each other. So it’s nice to not have a lot of awkwardness.” Jordan Siemens, sophomore

Myasia Kisart, Staff writer

March 20, 2015

Humans of GCAA: Paisley Register

“What’s the worst thing about being 13?”

“You can’t pass for a ten-year-old and get the free cookie at Schnucks.”

Paisley Register, eighth grade

JuJu Vieth, Photo Editor

March 9, 2015

Humans of GCAA: Lainey Jester

“I’m not looking forward to the responsibilities of being older. I think it’s more fun to be young, but it’s hard, because I want to be childish... like really childish sometimes, but I know as I get older I need to be more mature. So it’s like hard to find the right balance, as you get older.” Lainey Jester, eighth grade

Cheynne Harris, Staff Writer/Photographer

March 4, 2015

Humans Of GCAA: Bryant Figeruoa-Robnett

“This year I really need to focus more on my arts. I mean, I really do play around a lot but when I need to get serious I am able to do so. This is the year man, I really feel like this is my year. I’m way more focused on my arts and work so I can do it.” Bryant Figueroa-Robnett, junior

Dariyun Franklin-Leonard, Staff Writer/Photographer

February 27, 2015

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