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Riley Goodfellow

Riley Goodfellow , Co Editor-in-Chief

Riley is a senior at SJHHS and super excited to be returning to The Express as Co Editor-in-Chief! She was the Co Editor-in-Chief last year as well and is looking forward to her fourth year on The Express. Riley is a politically active, lacrosse playing, and outgoing girl who is always up for a challenge. She considers Lima, Peru her home since she lived there for five years, and she is fluent in Spanish. She is a total nerd when it comes to anything Harry Potter related, and hearing her sing lyrics to the musical Hamilton is a daily occurrence. Writing is Riley’s passion, and she seeks to travel the world as a journalist in the future!

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Back row (from left): Kayden Karti, Namiah Miller, Nadine Tong, Mina Mahmoodzadeh, and Aaron Hernandez. Front row (from left): Araceli Carreon, Lexie Guzik, and Varshitha Selvarajan Uma.

Diversity on Campus

December 13, 2019

Aaron Hernandez

December 13, 2019

Nadine Tong

December 13, 2019
Rallied up: The pep squad holds up several flyers including Aryanna Soares (12) as they twirl in the center. The cheerleaders performed an intense routine during the pep rally.

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October 6, 2019
Driving away: Advanced dancers, Katie Phillips (11), Julia Kowalski (10), and intermediate dancer Zach Rothman (12) are in a car that resembles the flying car from the second book of the Harry Potter series. Katie is Ron, Harry’s best friend, and Julia is Hermione, the third best friend of the books trio.

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October 6, 2019
Intermediate dancer, Zach Rothman (12) strikes a pose as Harry Potter. He wears a red and gold tie which are the colors of the Gryffindor house that Potter belongs to. The rest of the dancers are in Gryffindor as well and they cast a spell behind him.

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October 6, 2019
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October 6, 2019
After an anti-semitic incident at Newport Harbor High School, students took action to show their disapproval. Students at SJHHS joined the movement and wore all blue to support the Jewish community.

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March 14, 2019
Kimora Farry (11) takes a shot on the goalie from Hillcrest during the lady Stallions’ second round CIF game. The girls won 12-4.

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February 14, 2019
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