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Humans of Green Hope: Sai Sagili

Humans of Green Hope: Sai Sagili

Antonia Menese Gomez, Senior Staff Writer

October 1, 2018


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So, every time when I come home from school, I always love to scratch my mailbox. You do not understand the satisfaction of the scratching sound. I love it so much. I always do that; it's a daily routine. One of my other favorite sounds is the song September by Earth, Wind, & Fire.  ...

Humans of Green Hope: Willie Taylor

Humans of Green Hope: Willie Taylor

Antonia Meneses Gomez, Senior Staff Writer

September 4, 2018


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My name is Willie Taylor AKA "Soulja of the South," but I like going by Greg because my first name is Gregory. So, this one time my uncle Scooter Bill and I went on a fishing trip in the Mediterranean Sea. We were cooling on the boat and then we saw a BIG alligator jumping out of the water. This animal e...

Humans of Green Hope: Izzy Sartori

Humans of Green Hope: Izzy Sartori

Antonia Meneses Gomez, Senior Staff Writer

August 31, 2018


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Hello my name is Izzy Sartori and I love cookout. There was this one time that I  went to get food there with my friends around 2AM and I met this one guy who was standing outside asking for money. He started talking to me and said that he had been in prison for 37 years. I proceeded to give him $2 beca...

Humans of Green Hope: Andre Messier

Humans of Green Hope: Andre Messier

Antonia Meneses Gomez, Staff Writer

August 30, 2018


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My name is Andre Messier and I am from Bristol, Connecticut. Bristol is where ESPN was made, so ever since I was a little guy (little John), I have always wanted to work there. It is basically my dream, you know? I am big on sports and working there would mean a lot to me because like I said before E...

Humans of Green Hope: Kevin Pitarra

Humans of Green Hope: Kevin Pitarra

February 15, 2018


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So, on Christmas Eve when I was 7, I was about to not be a believer in Santa Clause. Then one of my best friends, Zac O’Brien, told me that even he believes in Santa Clause. He said that he was a believer, always has been, and always will be. Then I realized if Zac O’Brien is a believer in Santa, then I ...

Humans of Green Hope: Danni Heller

Humans of Green Hope: Danni Heller

February 15, 2018


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It was about 1 in the morning on Saturday, and I had nothing to do. I decided to look at some football players instagrams, just my favorite thing to do. I came up on Georgia quarterback Jake Fromm. He looked like a really nice guy so I decided to follow him. Thinking nothing of it, I went to go snapchat pe...

Humans of Green Hope: Nick Williams

Humans of Green Hope: Nick Williams

November 20, 2017


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"So the JV basketball team did a lot of team bonding and before big games we typically would sit, share a bed and watch scary movies, like a big sleepover. One day me and my good friend went to the mall before a game and in the middle of the mall we saw this nice Easter bunny. He had been giving me looks...

Humans of Green Hope: Chris Green

Humans of Green Hope: Chris Green

November 9, 2017


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"Somewhere interesting I went was Johannesburg, South Africa during my 8th grade year and that was a fun experience. I went with my dad and we kinda just explored the city."

Humans Of Green Hope: Bridget Barrett

Humans Of Green Hope: Bridget Barrett

November 9, 2017


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"I went to Canada to visit my friend and I tried a Canadian food called Poutine. It was fries with cheese curds and I think that it had gravy on it. It was amazing and really good."

Humans of Green Hope: Boston Heller

Humans of Green Hope: Boston Heller

November 7, 2017


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"I had multiple hair braids and multicolored twine, braided in my hair one summer. They were in for half a summer. It was when I was at summer camp and I had super long hair then. A bunch of the girls just wanted to play with it and braid it. When I saw it, my hair looked pretty good, so I decided to ke...

Humans of Green Hope: Julia Parks

Humans of Green Hope: Julia Parks

November 3, 2017


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[I knew I was talented in art] in first grade, we had a project where we had to paint a tree, I remember taking mine home and my parents talking about how good it was, from there they signed me up for art classes and here I am.

Humans of Green Hope: Ms. Sharp

Humans of Green Hope: Ms. Sharp

November 3, 2017


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[I like teaching because] each day is different and there is never a dull moment. When you talk to a lot of adults about their job they describe it with a sense of just trying to get through each day and each workday seems like it's a million hours long. I walk in the door at 6:00 a.m. and before I ...

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