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Ana Fernandez

Ana Fernandez, Reporter

Ana Fernandez is a sophomore in her first year of Wolf tracks. She was born in South America and travels often. This year she is a reporter who likes to paint, hike, listen to music and play soccer. 

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An outlet on a wall with nothing plugged into it. Many people are unaware that unplugging devices from the outlet while they are not at use can help decrease energy expenditure and thereby decrease fossil fuels used to generate that energy that contributes to climate change.
The feature of the illustration is a cat in a red and white hat. This “Cat in a Hat” is one of Dr. Seuss’s famous character featured in the book “The Cat in the Hat”
Police form a blockade at a “Justice for Floyd” protest in Curtis Hixon. This picture was taken on May 31, 2020, six days after the death of George Floyd.
The center of the picture shows a Cuban sandwich and the contents. The Cuban sandwich is one of the lunch items offered at Goodson Farms.
Four reusable masks are piled on top of a cafeteria table. Since students are required to wear masks everyday, reusable masks are a cost-efficient alternative.
Now is also the time to make changes to your lifestyle, remember to recycle and minimize your plastic waste. Humans must take responsibility for air pollution, the picture shows changes we need to make to improve the quality of our air.
Alyssa Spagnoli, a sophomore, opens TikTok during her lunch to pass time.
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