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Domenica Peloso

Domenica Peloso, Opinion Editor

Domenica Peloso is a junior at San Juan Hills High School, and a second-year opinion editor for The Express. For this up and coming year, Domenica hopes to grow as a leader and find her own sense of individuality through her writing. Outside of The Express, she is an officer in National Honors Society, treasurer of ASB, and proud leader of the SJHHS Movie Club. In her free time, Domenica enjoys thrifting the most abominable clothing items known to mankind, and watching a variety of forms media ranging from nonsensical garbage (Too Hot to Handle) to movies equitable to the original Mona Lisa (Call Me by Your Name, Kill Bill, Fantastic Mr. Fox).

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Proudly holding her YouTube play button, junior Alyssa Darland displays the physical symbol of all her hard work. Darland recieved her play button in 2022 for surpassing 100,000 subscribers.

YouTube Sensation: Alyssa Darland

Domenica Peloso, Opinion Editor
January 26, 2024
Proudly looking through past print editions, Co Editors-In-Chiefs Celeste Cariker (12) and Claire Stafford (11) remark on the various milestones The Express has surpassed in the last thirteen years. “I will say that student journalism is extremely underrepresented right now, and I think that we need a lot more school involvement in it,” said Stafford. Cariker and Stafford plan on reviving The Express’ relevancy this year through more frequent print editions and through social media.

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