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Elizabeth Valadez

Elizabeth Valadez, Editor-In-Chief

Hey, y’all. It’s Elizabeth Valadez, and this year I’m back for my third and final year as The Journal’s Editor-In-Chief. I also play the clarinet, I´m a teen fact-checker for MediaWise, and I’m a member of National Honor Society. I’m a really big nerd and want to be an English teacher when I grow up. Or a lawyer. Or a social worker. I’m an extremely indecisive person. I would say my spirit animal is English teacher Samuel Hanley, but my favorite animal is an orangutan. They make me want to cry happy tears. You can usually find me psyching myself out in Room 400, watching Netflix (my favorite shows are “Jane the Virgin” and “Grey’s Anatomy”), or reading a good book. I don’t have any pets, so I never have a legitimate excuse to not hang out with friends. Obviously, I’m not really a people person, but I love talking. And making people feel uncomfortable. I take pride in my dry humor. You should follow me on Twitter @eelizubith because I’m funny. My final year on The Journal feels so bittersweet, but I’m super excited for the great work we are bound to produce.

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May 27, 2021
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April 30, 2021
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April 6, 2021
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February 25, 2021
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January 28, 2021
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December 5, 2020
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November 12, 2020
Senior Dalton Hinkle passed away on Sept. 16 from a Cystic Fibrosis complication. His family and friends say that he is on their mind every day.

Sharing his light

October 8, 2020
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October 8, 2020
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September 10, 2020
Keeping distance

Keeping distance

May 15, 2020
Senior Andrew Nguyen practices his music for Indiana All-State Band on Feb. 20. He is the first person from SHS to make it to this band in 26 years.

[PHOTO] Practice pays off

February 26, 2020
Source: Gillete Venus

My hair, my choice

January 31, 2020
Executive Director Jim Poyser and Resilient Schools Coordinator Tatjana Rebelle from Earth Charter Indiana talk with The Journal during iPass on Jan. 16. This interview followed a walkthrough of SHS to see how sustainable the school is.

To the test

January 31, 2020
Savannah smiles

Savannah smiles

October 4, 2019

Finding his niche

October 4, 2019
An undeniable fact

An undeniable fact

September 6, 2019

Fresh faces

August 30, 2019
Students in Kayla Shouse's art class are making bracelets using the colors of the strings to represent their emotions.

Feeling in color

March 14, 2019
To be or not to be

To be or not to be

February 15, 2019
Senior Bryan Ortega records his first song “Love Letter.” The music video for the song has over 900 views on YouTube as of Jan. 22.

Lost and Found

January 25, 2019
Fat shaming is unhealthy

Fat shaming is unhealthy

November 19, 2018
Students can get their flu shots at multiple locations, including Kroger, CVS and Walgreens.

Facts on flu shots

November 14, 2018
On Nov. 6, one-third of U.S. Senate seats will be contested. Three candidates are running for the Indiana seat.

Voting for the future

October 4, 2018
Science teacher John Davis obtained a Master's degree in education from the University of Indianapolis. He is currently pursuing a second Master's in chemistry through Indiana University.

Mastering education

September 13, 2018
Social studies teacher and cross country coach Nathan Fishel instructs his athletic iPass students on Aug. 9.

In with the new

August 17, 2018
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