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Violet Fogg

Violet Fogg, A&E Section Editor

Violet Fogg is a 12th-grade student who enjoys expressing her creativity through art and writing. She has been writing creatively since primary and middle school, notably projects such as “Bread Cats” and “Gremlins” (co-written alongside friends and mostly done in the medium of gel pens). She has had experience in academic writing throughout high school, finding herself most proficient in creative and fictional writing. She also enjoys nonfiction writing and likes broadening her knowledge through this sort of reading. She likes authors such as David Sedaris, who combines short essays and memoirs with a comedic aspect. She plans to investigate areas of student interest around the school and pay specific attention to differing opinions and ideas brought up on campus.
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Senior Milani Hunnicutt, bubble girl, poses on the senior lawn

The most bubbly personality on campus

Bellagrace Packer and Violet Fogg May 8, 2024

For the past two months, a seemingly never-ending bubble trail has zigzagged through the parking lot...

Stressing over AP Tests

Stressing over AP Tests

Violet Fogg, Arts & Entertainment Editor April 2, 2024

Do you have friends in AP classes? Additionally, how often do they appear stressed? Or anxious? The upcoming...

Frigid Feelings on Christmas Birthdays

Violet Fogg, Arts&Entertainment Editor December 8, 2023
“It’s like damn, stop celebrating Christmas and celebrate me.”
Clyde Sundeen practicing welding

AAI master classes

Violet Fogg, A&E Editor November 1, 2023

Arcata Arts Institute masterclasses have been fueling students’ creative sides since the beginning...

Juan-Antonio Santisteban standing outside of his stylish van, insistently named “Frosty” by previous owner

‘If we can be a lighthouse of hope, why not?’: New Dean joins AHS community

Violet Fogg, A&E Editor October 10, 2023
He’s the first Latino and the first native Spanish speaker in Arca- ta High’s administrative history.
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