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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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Aaron Hernandez

Riley Goodfellow, Co Editor-In-Chief
December 13, 2019

Nadine Tong

Riley Goodfellow, Co Editor-In-Chief
December 13, 2019
Lizzie Woods (11) and president of the Pink Ribbon Club, Siena Chacon (11) give a pink ribbon broach to Reagan Lim (11) at the tailgate before a football game. Students from the club gave food, drinks, cupcakes, and more to families in return for donations in attempts to raise money for a cure to breast cancer. The football game after the tailgate also paid tribute to breast cancer survivors and raised money for the Pink Ribbon Club.

[Photo] Stallion Life October 30

Ella Villar, Managing Editor
October 30, 2019
Junior, Austin Shreeve, holds up the trophy after his class wins. He is alongside juniors Cooper Kitaen and Ian Fu who are all standing in front of a crowd of excited juniors.

Juniors Win Clash of Classes

Riley Goodfellow, Co Editor-In-Chief
March 26, 2019
Lead guitarist of Antebellum, Jeremy Mitaux, plays along with the band’s drummer, Sam Cowen, as the crowd gathers in the quad at Battle of the Bands.

Battle of the Bands Rocks Campus

Riley Goodfellow, Co Editor-In-Chief
March 21, 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.

[Photo] A Week at SJHHS

Sandhya Ganesan, Feature Editor
March 14, 2019
Estudiante Que Tema Deportación

Estudiante Que Tema Deportación

Riley Goodfellow, Co Editor-In-Chief
October 24, 2018
Student Who Fears Deportation

Student Who Fears Deportation

Riley Goodfellow, Co Editor-in-Chief
October 24, 2018
Senior, Raquel Vellandi, was born on September 11, 2001, while the tragedy actually occurred. “[My mom] was in labor when the planes hit,” said Vellandi but she would never change her birthday, “it’s a part of me,” said Vellandi.

Students Born on 9/11 Never Forget

Riley Goodfellow, Co Editor-In-Chief
September 11, 2018
California Secretary of State, Alex Padilla, has been instrumental in voter registration drives since before the 2016 Election. Over 100,000 teens preregistered to vote in the last two months, he says.

More Teens Register to Vote

Riley Goodfellow, Editorial Editor
April 13, 2018

Waiting Until Marriage

Riley Goodfellow, Staff Writer
March 19, 2018
One can find posters that support any student under DACA all around teachers rooms at SJHHS. By stating that the teachers are unafraid to educate undocumented students it is a hope that DACA recipients will feel comfortable and excepted at SJHHS.

DACA’s Removal Act Must Be Trumped

Riley Goodfellow, Editorial Editor
December 20, 2017

Latinos Unidos Take a Stand

Riley Goodfellow, Editorial Editor
October 20, 2017
Attackmen, Hannah Miller who recently signed with Division ll Rockhurst University, dodges a Dana Hills defender while going to goal.

Girls Lacrosse Bounces Back

Riley Goodfellow, Staff Writer
March 17, 2017
Spain Trip Planned

Spain Trip Planned

Riley Goodfellow, Staff Writer
December 5, 2016
For their first project, the new AP Studio Art Class presents their self portraits. Alison Miranda explains her inspiration for her piece Two Circles and an Oval, which displays subtle aspects of her face with a outer space-like colors, stars as freckles, and  planet shapes inspired from reading her horoscope.

SJHHS Has Ten New Classes

Riley Goodfellow, Staff Writer
October 24, 2016
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