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Nissa Molgaard, Broadcasting/Yearbook
“Great people who happen to be great speakers.” This is a quote that junior Nissa Molgaard, 16,  lives by as it reflects her passion for speech and debate. She joined journalism, because it gave her the freedom to do things that she enjoyed, photography, and talking with friends. Molgaard has published two stories, the 100 Word Rant and Speech & Debate. Along with many photo entries. Molgaard has been involved in Debate since her freshman year and went to Nationals last year in extemp commentary and spontaneous speaking, and has been doing Debate since Freshman year. “I’ve done Extemp, Congress, Spontaneous Speaking, Expository Speaking, and Public Forum,” Molgaard said. She is planning on doing Info, Congress, and Extemporaneous Speaking. She is the Extemp Captian this year. She also loves “public speaking, gaining credibility, and tips on how to be a better speaker.”  Her accomplishments include advancing to “A” House of Congressional Debate, her sophomore year, which was her first year of Congressional Debate. “This year, I hope to win some awards, and my goal is to try to win in the categories I’m in; Congress, Extemp, and Info.”  In Molgaard’s free time, you can find her making origami, climbing trees, or hanging out with friends. After high school, Molgaard plans on going to college to study law.  Story by Jody Williams
Aubrey Welsh, Yearbook
Journalism member Aubrey Welsh, of the yearbook department, has been in Journalism since her sophomore year. Welsh is now a junior, loves the freedom that comes with the activity. She is currently a yearbook editor within the yearbook department. Welsh said that Journalism is fun and entertaining. Amidst all the stories Welsh has written “Where’s Bernie?” was her favorite claiming it was the “highlight of my career.” Welsh is most proud of her Media Now experience at Drake University last summer. While there she studied advanced photography. Aside from Journalism Welsh is also involved in band, speech and debate, musical, dance, and drama. Story by Xander Cook

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    Henry knudsonSep 26, 2023 at 9:02 am

    So Happy to be able to share and talk about Student Council!

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