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Maggie Barnes

Maggie Barnes, Fashion Editor

Maggie is a senior at San Juan Hills High School and is incredibly excited to be a part of The Express staff this year. Outside of school, she writes and snaps photos for her self-owned fashion blog. She is determined to own her own fashion magazine. Nordstrom BP Fashion Board keeps her busy with fashion events and monthly meetings to keep up with all the latest buzz and the latest styles which help her develop her fashion related articles. The Express Newspaper’s art and entertainment Editor, Maggie is thrilled to use her art skills to make amazing stories and layouts. Despite her busy schedule at school Maggie still finds time to hangout with her friends, and work at her favorite store in the mall Express.

All content by Maggie Barnes
Kevin Skvarna (12), one of SJHHSs top surfers, adds in his Q & A that he was able to surf in China due to his success at the World Surfing League’s North American Longboard Championships.

Q & A with Kevin Skvarna

Maggie Barnes, A&E Editor
March 4, 2016
Change for Change

Change for Change

Maggie Barnes, A&E Editor
November 13, 2015

The Grass is Greener with Envy

Maggie Barnes, Fashion Editor
June 12, 2015
CREATIVITY FLOWS ONTO THE FABRIC: A student creates a T-shirt with a snappy design using the silkscreen press machine to print the design onto the fabric. Mr. Carlson assigns many projects to students that include making T-shirts and the student may keep the T-shirt after the process. File photo

Creativity Flows onto the Fabric

Maggie Barnes, Fashion Editor
April 15, 2015
Photo Courtesy of designerzcentral.com

Alice + Olivia & Juicy Couture

Maggie Barnes, Fashion Editor
March 13, 2015
ROP FASHION SHOW GOES DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE: Amber Kellett  (12) models Meggan Spellman’s dress constructed of pieces of old paper from previous Vogue magazines. The show was held at Capistrano Valley High School where several schools competed in different categories such as Best Overall Design, Best Use of Materials, Most Inspirational, and Best Technical Design. Spellman’s dress won Best Overall Design and is featured in the San Juan Hills Library. Photo by Maggie Barnes

R.O.P’s Fall Fashion Show

Maggie Barnes, Fashion Editor
December 19, 2014
GETTING PUNCHED BY AP CLASSES: Maria Gasch (12), studies by the Christmas tree, looks at her AP Chemistry book, and wonders where her vacation has gone. Most people associate the break with chances to hang out with loved ones and no school. The reality is that her break is filled with schoolwork causing her to have a small amount of time to spend with family and friends. Photo by Maggie Barnes

[Photo] AP on Breaks

December 5, 2014
TOO GOOD FOR STREET:  Ethan is wearing his favorite sweater by Forever 21. It’s a great fit and very comfy. He is also wearing one of his beloved pair of dark blue jeans by H&M, and his black pair of high top Converse sneakers, that match his entire outfit. Photo Andrew Fehlman.

Too Good for Street Style

Maggie Barnes, Fashion Editor
November 14, 2014

DIY: Halloween Costumes

Maggie Barnes, Fashion Editor
October 21, 2014
A leather jacket goes great with a plaid skirt and graphic T-shirt along with an infinity scarf to keep you warm and cozy. Add a pair of cute short boots to finish this outfit.

Fall Fashion

Maggie Barnes, Fashion Editor
October 10, 2014
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