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Kristen Quesada has 23 articles published.

Kristen is a junior at American Heritage School in Plantation, Fla. She is Vice President of Student Government, an officer of the Pre-Law Society, News Editor and Assistant Editor-in-Chief of The Patriot Post and co-founder of the non-profit Friends for Fosters. Kristen loves keeping up with politics, watching Netflix, reading and sleeping in. She considers herself a nerd due to her massive video game and comic collection.
Opinion

Think before you ink

Considering that approximately one out of five American adults has a tattoo, this regret is quite common. How much would that regret percentage decrease if people held off on getting a tattoo until they were older? Keep Reading

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Opinion

Pre-register to vote

How can you take a step into the political realm and exercise your voting rights before turning 18? Pre-register to vote. While you must be at least 18 years old to vote in elections, 16-year-olds may pre-register on or after their 16th birthday and may vote in any election on or after their 18th birthday without additional paperwork to fill out. Keep Reading

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Features/News

A recap on school security

To ease students’ minds, high school principal Mrs. Elise Blum and head of security and ex-FBI employee Joe Cicini held an assembly first period from March 5 to March 7 focusing on the school’s current security measures and the upgrades that are to come, also allowing students to ask their own questions. Mrs. Blum and Mr. Cicini offered plenty of information. Keep Reading

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Features/News

Key club, the key to love

In the spirit of Valentine’s Day, several high school students scramble to find a crush to gift their affection to on the big day. But what if this process was streamlined? Thanks to Key Club, it was. Keep Reading

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