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Emma Remudo

Emma Remudo has 45 articles published.

Emma Remudo is a senior at American Heritage School and third year staff member of the Patriot Post. Outside of room 9114, she likes to spend her time participating in clubs like TASSEL and FBLA. When she is off campus you can find her watching one of her favorite shows, "Rain," or learning how to cook.

Why the SAT is inherently unfair

With the breakout of COVID-19 causing the cancellation of most standardized testing, many seniors sense a feeling of incompleteness for their college application. However, for others, the cancellation of these tests actually has made the college admission process the most fair it has been in our lifetime. Keep Reading


A rejection letter isn’t the end

Receiving a rejection letter, or arguably even more frustrating a deferral, can feel like a major bump in the road in your path to college acceptance. Putting extra time into an ED (early decision) application and building your hopes on being accepted can make this one rejection feel discouraging. However, it is important to not let this get in the way of your senior year. Keep Reading


Round MUN: Model UN kicks off their season at WUMUNS

A global pandemic has put a lot of school activities on hold; Model UN (MUN) is not one of them. The MUN team competed at the Washington University Model UN Synopsis Oct. 10. While the event normally takes place in Washington University’s St. Louis campus, this year WashU hosted the conference over Gatherly, a video conferencing site. Keep Reading


Returning to normal is impossible

For some, “over” means the release of the vaccine, for others it signifies the moment Coronavirus cases officially reach zero. Either way, the effects of Coronavirus will likely not be “over” for years to come. Keep Reading

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