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Students Speak Out on Parking Lots

What do you think of the new senior parking lot?

Pope McHenry, senior:

“I don’t like the new senior parking lot, because the entrance is right across from where the buses leave. We have to compete with the buses to get out after school. I also don’t like that they did all that work adding two new spots and now half of the spots are compact, so nothing really changed.”
What do you think of the new senior parking lot?

Michael Foushee, senior:

“I don’t like that they made all the spots compact, I would rather have fewer of them and have them be bigger. I like that they made it look nicer and added trees.”

What do you think of the new Tripp Lot?

Collin McGuire, senior

“I find it very aesthetically appealing. The new coat of paint amplifies the beauty of the place and prevents people from running into each other.“

What do you think of the new Tripp Lot?

Chance Mazzia, junior:

“They just repainted the lines, it’s not a big change but it helps.”

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Henry Craft, senior photographer and newly assigned column writer at the Amplifier, would describe himself as an average teenage kid. “I like snowboarding, hanging out with friends…and guitar! I really like guitar.” He’s been playing since he was 12, back when a hobby like that could woo all the middle school girls. But now, five years later, he has proven that he is serious and genuinely has talent. “I write my own stuff sometimes but I mostly keep it up here,” he said, pointing to his head. Craft will be channeling his passion as the new writer of a music column at the Amplifier, to include reviews, upcoming concerts and more. In past years he has mostly taken photos, so now Henry is looking forward to this new and exciting step. As for the future, the senior said his dream job would be a professional musician. “I’m not sure that’s realistic but it’d be fun!” he says. Besides music, Henry hopes to fill his last year at West Linn High School with swimming, co-ed soccer, heading to the mountain and “just having fun.” For someone who seems to enjoy whatever life brings, that goal looks pretty reachable.
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