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Katie Brubaker

Katie Brubaker , Managing Editor

Katie Brubaker is a senior at SJHHS and this is her third year on The Express newspaper staff. In the previous years, Katie held the positions of Arts and Entertainment editor and Feature Editor. Aside from writing, Katie enjoys ballet, art, and dogs. Katie is beyond excited to continue writing alongside her peers and be apart of such a unique and influential part of the school.

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Zain Faruqi and Grand Halibutyon sing Wive it Wealthily in Padua as they try to woo Katherine, played by Jenna Husli in the first act of Kiss Me Kate.

Kiss Me Kate is “Wunderbar”

Katie Brubaker, Managing Editor
April 30, 2019
Sam Newman (12) is removed from her statistics class by the Grim Reaper -- representing death. Sam was a participant of the living dead and was “killed” during second period.

[Photo] Every 15 Minutes: 2018

Kate Finman, News Editor
March 30, 2018
Lady Bird Takes Flight

Lady Bird Takes Flight

Katie Brubaker, Feature Editor
January 22, 2018
Stranger Things to Come

Stranger Things to Come

Katie Brubaker, Feature Editor
November 15, 2017
At SJHHS, female students are the main victims of dress code. Here, a female student walks through the lower quad with her mid-drift exposed, which goes against dress code policy at San Juan.

[Photo] Dress Code Reform

November 15, 2017
Kneeling in Order to Take a Stand

Kneeling in Order to Take a Stand

Katie Brubaker, Feature Editor
October 30, 2017
Art by: Katie Brubaker

Trump at the United Nations

Katie Brubaker, Feature Editor
September 25, 2017
In the opening scene, the three daughter; Shprintze (Ashlynn Desco), Tzeitel (Kat Singer), and Hodel (Kat Singer) sing about their role in the family.

‘Fiddler’ Cast Shines

Katie Brubaker, A&E editor (inside)
May 3, 2017
Anabelle Rigg (11) and Sydney Young (10) act out a line from Dark of the Moon in the hallways surrounding their class. The story takes place in the Appalachian countryside where conflict between humans and witches ensues. Photo by Nate Giraud

Dark Side of Dark of the Moon

Katie Brubaker, Editor of A&E (inside)
October 17, 2016
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