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AP Physics C students take to the hallway for a project on motion and its properties. WTV’s Eilidh McGarva has the details.

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Christi Lazutkin, Graphic Design
Christi Lazutkin is a puppy in an elaborate human suit. Her day-to-day cover is that of an average high school senior. Her opinion pieces, broadcast work, and designs for Wingspan are some of her proudest achievements as an undercover dog operative. Her apparent mission is being “a delight to have in class.” While in the...
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Eilidh McGarva, now a senior, has been doing broadcast since 7th grade. At first she aspired to be the next Erin Andrews, but this past year changed her career path to become a pharmacist. She loves baking and her cats Bon Qui Qui and Buddy. Fortunately finding out she has a gluten intolerance has not...
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