Laramie Knox, editor-in-chief

“I’ve always wanted to be a writer,” senior Laramie Knox said. This is Laramie’s second year in Newspaper, when asked why she joined again she said, “I love being creative and I love how hard people work. In Newspaper we learn so much.”

This school year Laramie looks forward to being in the school musical, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, being the co-captain of Wisecracks, and a new year on the school newspaper. She looks forward to making the most of her last year of high school.

Her favorite thing to write about is people and what shapes them to be who they are from her experiences to others; writing fictional stories is how she tells these stories. Busy cities are her favorite ting to photograph.

In her life, she has a lot to say. Journalism is how she feels she can express herself without being bias between people.

“I don’t want to work for a news channel like CNN, but maybe for a big city newspaper or a fashion magazine,” she said.

Laramie loves fashion. Working for a fashion magazine would give her the opportunity to do all the things she loves in one job.

Laramie loves what we do in Newspaper. Newspaper is different from regular classes because, “when you’re passionate about it, it’s always fun.”

Lana Yassin