A lil’ about me

The name’s Sydney An Fern Elizabeth Rotigel-Finegan, the game’s… yet to be determined. Hey, we might just determine it on this very blog, which I intend to fill with whatever I happen to be passionate about in the moment I press ‘post’. Expect official GLHS Reflection articles, rambly writings, poetic musings, class-time doodles, and perhaps the occasional mandatory assignment (I am in high school, after all).

As a recent addition to the ranks of GLHS Reflection student reporters, I’ve delighted in earning my first (and definitely not last) by lines! Currently I write mostly feature and opinion articles (often regarding art, politics, and social issues-surprise, surprise), but I’m not afraid to branch out in the coming cycles.

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High school transforms into multimedia art gallery for Festival of the Senses

The swirlingly colorful signs advertising Gull Lake’s Festival of the Senses formed what seemed a gallery of their own in the weeks preceding May 12 & 13. When it came time for art to overtake the cafeteria, the Choir and Winter Percussion’s musical efforts to fill the gym, and One Act plays to take place … Continue reading High school transforms into multimedia art gallery for Festival of the Senses

Shreksposed: Prom not to take place in a swamp

Gull Lake’s Junior-Senior Prom theme was revealed during seminar March 29, to the great surprise of all those students under the impression they were to attend a Shrek themed prom. In actuality, the dance will be set in an enchanted forest rather than a swamp. Following the March 17 twitter leak concerning Gull Lake’s 2017 … Continue reading Shreksposed: Prom not to take place in a swamp

Richland Farmer’s Market will set up shop at the Richland Area Community Center

After occupying the Gull Lake Middle School parking lot for its 9 years of existence, the Richland Farmer’s Market has switched locations to the Richland Area Community Center (RACC). As explained by Rebecca Balko, Richland Farmer’s Market Manager, the previous board members (having run it since its fruition) decided to step down and the market … Continue reading Richland Farmer’s Market will set up shop at the Richland Area Community Center

We need to talk (AKA a poem I’m kinda scared to post on a blog that a) is linked to my school newspaper and b) that my grandmother reads)

Close your fist around my ligaments, feel static electricity at our Fingertips, swallow my knuckles with your palm sweat and hangnail and scorched blood marbled like scabbed countertop, self-inflicted stabs On cutting board, serrated smiles because Maybe then we can heal- of-the-hand, Sign to me                     … Continue reading We need to talk (AKA a poem I’m kinda scared to post on a blog that a) is linked to my school newspaper and b) that my grandmother reads)

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