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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Choices Unlimited gives Richland a choice in alternative and spiritual healing

Since its creation in 1987, Choices Unlimited has prided itself on becoming “Southwest Michigan’s Premier Spiritual Learning and Healing Center. Choices’ staff consists of various on-call readers and healers, who offer their services in massage, energy work, and spiritual readings. The center also hosts many classes and workshops to support patrons on their own paths. … Continue reading Choices Unlimited gives Richland a choice in alternative and spiritual healing

Student Style Saturday: Abigail Holtan defines her style as classic with quirk

The unmistakable click-clack of heels in a school hallway is one usually associated with teachers, but GLHS junior Abigail Holtan has made it her own. Although she doesn’t like the attention the noise causes, Holtan makes sacrifices for style. Holtan describes her personal style as classic. “It’s timeless…with a bit of quirk,” she said. Inspired … Continue reading Student Style Saturday: Abigail Holtan defines her style as classic with quirk

Gull Lake Special Olympics Bowling collects ‘spare’ change

  If you’ve frequented the Gull Lake High School cafeteria between January 16 and 19, chances are you’ve seen a troupe of students collecting change for Special Olympics, a “global social movement,” and the largest sports organization for people with intellectual disabilities. Students involved in the program have been asking for donations at lunches. Gull Lake’s … Continue reading Gull Lake Special Olympics Bowling collects ‘spare’ change

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