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Zoe Persaud

Zoe Persaud has 11 articles published.

As Copy Editor and News Editor of the Patriot Post, junior Zoe Persaud spends most of her time staring at a computer and rewriting sentences. She serves as Junior Class Director of Key Club and actively participates in English Honor Society, TASSEL and National Honor Society. Outside of school, she volunteers at her local library and tries to sleep for as long as she can.
Opinion

On the Air: Tuning into the sound of the future

As internet use becomes more ingrained in the routines of incoming generations, new mediums continue to develop in order to satiate the needs of consumers. Podcasts provide an innovative approach to background noise and information that grows in popularity as the industry diversifies. Keep Reading

News

HOSA team advances to nationals

Categories varied from individual and group competitions on topics ranging from organic chemistry to medical spelling. The group consisted of 28 members that prepared for the competition through written tests and group quizzing in the form of HOSA Bowl team rounds. Keep Reading

Features

50 Years Later: Remembering Stonewall

June marks the beginning of summer and finally some relief from the stress of the school year. However, June also signifies Pride Month, selected to commemorate the LGBT rights movement and, more specifically, the Stonewall riots. Keep Reading

Features

Serving up smiles

Students passing the 7000 building during lunch may see a woman with a smile on her face selling pizza and ice cream. That woman is Celia Llamo -- otherwise known as “Cece” among students -- a small lady with a big heart. Keep Reading

Features

Celebrating National Autism Awareness Month

About 1% of the world population has autism spectrum disorder, and the prevalence of autism in the United States is estimated at 1 in 59 births. The official Autism Awareness Day is April 2, but the entire month is dedicated to spreading a message of acceptance and recognition. Keep Reading

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