• “ONLY FOR ATTENTION”

    “ONLY FOR ATTENTION”

    Yana Rankine, Editor in Chief

    February 23, 2017

    Sulking in the backseat, she mused over the long school day ahead. Just a few weeks ago was the start of her freshman year, and things were not going well. It did not take until the car came to a halt for her to realize that she was being set up. Almost immediately as the car stopped she sprinted across...

    Meet Gabby. Although she still runs today for exercise, she used to use track and running as a way to lose weight, alongside cutting meals.

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“ONLY FOR ATTENTION”

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