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Riley Nylund

Riley Nylund

February 26, 2019


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Riley Nylund, freshman, is in her first year taking journalism at the high school. “I’m very excited to finally be in a normal school, though it’s hard to get used to the large classes and all the people,” Nylund said. So far in journalism class, Nylund has felt encouraged and accepted by her teachers...

Skylar Moore

Skylar Moore

January 30, 2019


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After six hours of school everyday, Skylar Moore, sophomore can’t wait for her time at home. “I do enjoy school, but I also enjoy the time I have for myself.” Moore said. “I think self discovery and pursuing interests outside of the regular school curriculum is important.” In her free ti...

Clara Brady

Clara Brady

January 17, 2019


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After watching the first episode of 'Supergirl,' junior Clara Brady was drawn to the idea of being a journalist, like the TV show's lead. To reach that goal, or see if journalism is something she will actually end up liking, she had to start somewhere and that somewhere is becoming part of the WLHS...

Sophia Sucevich

Sophia Sucevich

January 17, 2019


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It’s is that same thing every day for Sophia Sucevich, freshman. Stressful school then five hours of dance. “Dancing is what I grew up with, I am going on eleven years at Grande Finale Dance Studio in Gladstone,” Sucevich said. Before moving to West Linn I went to a private elementary sch...

Madelyn Tabor

Madelyn Tabor

January 17, 2019


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“I’ve always loved to read and write as a kid. It was my favorite pastime,” Madelyn Tabor, sophomore, said. In elementary school, Tabor loved to read and write fiction stories. “The stories that I wrote never made much sense because they were the complete nonsense that poured out of my he...

Cael Brunson

Cael Brunson

January 17, 2019


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Cael Brunson is very excited to jump into journalism Always being interested in journalism but never really following through with the interest, Brunson is excited to continue with the year. “I have so many topics I want to cover, un-average topics that most students at West Linn High haven't even th...

Philip Chan

Philip Chan

January 1, 2019


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Amateur magician and wannabe improv comedian Philip Chan has been writing for The Amplifier since his freshman year. Now co-editor in chief, Chan firmly believes that the spelling "olykoek" is superior to AP Style's preferred "doughnut," but Chan will settle for "donut."

Nolan Lampson

Nolan Lampson

December 4, 2018


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Nolan Lampson, junior, is a national-award-winning journalist currently serving as WLHSnow's co-Editor-in-Chief, along with senior Rory Cheevers. Nolan is fluent in several technical formats (Adobe Premiere Pro, Audition, Photoshop CC) and code languages (HTML, Java, Python). He won a "Broadcast Feature"...

Megan Riehle

Megan Riehle

November 30, 2018


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Lots of people make big plans for their future. Megan Riehle, sophomore, is one of those people. She aspires to double major in marine biology and English or journalism at her dream school, University of British Columbia in Toronto. Riehle was born in Hawaii and has been in the water since she wa...

Iris Brucker

Iris Brucker

November 30, 2018


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Iris Brucker, Sophomore had always been an answer seeker at heart. Since a young age she was constantly asking questions about anything and everything, her rapid thirst for knowledge leading to an above average vocabulary at a young age and a reading level one or two grades above her own. “I love to ...

Rachel Esnoz

Rachel Esnoz

November 30, 2018


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"I am very excited for college next year", Rachel Esnoz, senior, said, "I have so many goals for my senior year that I know will help better prepare me for my future." Esnoz is ready to pursue college, and begin working in a career that will make a positive impact in people's lives. Esnoz plans to maj...

Logan Winder

Logan Winder

November 30, 2018


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“Javelin has been eye opening into the world of track for me,” Logan Winder, sophomore, said. Winder’s life for a long time had been surrounded by sports that had a focus on throwing, like baseball, and javelin was the next step on that path. When not throwing Javelin in the spring, Winder...

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