Analytical- kept 13 hero planning notebooks in which he filled info about every hero and their quirks, running gag of muttering to himself, able to come up with plans on the fly and exploit analyzed weaknesses
Calaveras High School softball player Keelie Koepp is one of the many underclassmen who is helping to capture a second consecutive Mother Lode League championship. The freshman third baseman enjoyed a strong week, picking up five hits, smacking nine RBIs, scoring three runs and stealing one base.
“No one loses their innocence. It is either taken away or given willingly” Tiffany Madison. A person’s innocence and freedom should be theirs to hold and control, but that is not always the way things unfold. Conviction flaws, poor evidence, and the social responses to these flaws are all involved and present in the cases of Paula Gray and Keith Allen Harward, as new evidence thirty years after they were imprisoned comes to light.
Linda was O’Brien’s first experience with death and the loss of a close friend or loss of a person in his life. She represented young and innocence in life. After Linda died, O’Brien kept her alive by dreaming of her all the time, he even looked forward to sleeping just so he could see her. This was the beginning of his storytelling and keeping people alive with his mind or through stories. She represents the loss of innocence and loss of childhood. This representation is an example of the young soldiers who lost their lives and drastically changed in the war. When she died and Timmy saw her dead body he realized that people die and your friends can die; which is something the soldiers experienced for the first time. O’Brien keeping her alive
Kelli Chapman is a senior at CHHS. She is a student who is always on task and always ahead of the game in her studies. Kelly is an academic prodigy when it comes to her schooling, and she shows this with her 4.0 overall GPA. Kelly is also a big part of our school's Concert Choir and practices for hours on a weekly basis for their perfect performances. How she manages to not only stay on track and excel is incredible and deserves to be acknowledged. Kelli chapman is a great example of what a Husky truly should
Through thick and thin bestfriends are always there for eachother. In the novel The Contender Alfred Brooks struggles to become a contender and reunite with his best friend James. Alfred is a high school dropout and has a job at a grocery store that’s going nowhere. James, his best friend is also a high school dropout but he is messing with the wrong crew. Throughout the story, Alfred begins to train at Donatelli’s gym to become a boxer. Later in the story James, who has been doing drugs, goes to rob the Epstein's store , where Alfred works, and almost gets caught. At the end of the story Alfred finds James in a cave with a cut arm that was caused by the burglary. James asks Alfred for a fix but Alfred, the contender, takes him to the hospital
Whenever we ask you what the best part of your membership to Delta Delta Delta was, the answer always undoubtedly includes something about the wonderful, lifelong friendships you gained. We recently asked you how your sisters have been by your side during the biggest moments in your life (both good and bad) and Erin Lenahan ’06 had a great story to tell.
Sarah Finnegan (#1 S.O.), who was an avid reader (#4 D.U.), was spending her time engrossed in her private, extensive library. She (#1 S.O.) was currently (#3 D.U.) diving into one of her own works, a self help journal that related to how to deal with certain people in her life. Reading (#4 S.O.) slowly and carefully as she went along, not willing to miss a single detail. While (#5 S.O.) she was searching the journal, her old friend Antonio was swinging from a chandelier, directly (#3 D.U.) in front of the library. Antonio was ill (3sss). His brain was fried (3sss). He was sometimes crazy (#6 S.O.)(3sss). However, Sarah, calmly aware of the circumstances, did not have any mental disabilities; in fact, she was quite capable. She (#1 S.O.) was all too used to this type of behavior from Antonio, so his swinging from the chandelier did not phase her. Slowly raising her head, she glanced up at the pendulum. There was Antonio and the chandelier swinging back and forth, back and forth, back and forth, it was endless.
There was this scene where Lisa Howard: What is the most important quality for a revolutionary to possess? Ernesto CheGuevara: El amor. Cuban Diplomat #1: [translating] Love. Lisa Howard: Love? Cuban Diplomat #1: “Love of humanity... of justice and truth”. A real revolutionary goes where he is needed. This portrayed that Guevara expounded a vision of a new socialist citizen who would work for the good of society rather than for personal profit, a notion he embodied through his own hard work. Often he slept in his office, and, in support of the volunteer labour program he had organized, he spent his day off working in a sugarcane field. He had one of the most vital roles in the revolution being the army's official doctor, the revolution's logical
How do we respond when adversity come and destroy everything you have work hard for. This story is about a storm that sneaks up on a family, and destroys a lot of their property. How the characters should have payed more attention to the stuff that happens around them, and how you should not give up no matter how the situation is looking. In “The Storm,” the conflict is man vs. slef, as the characters had to make smart and wise make a choices in the cyclone.
For the class of 2016, the valedictorian is Kiefer Chen. With a 4.0 G.P.A (unweighted) and taking a total of 12 AP classes throughout his high school, Kiefer has truly displayed the full definition of success as he will be attending the prestigious, John’s Hopkins University, in the fall. He believes college will just be another step in life.
Nineteen Minutes, by Jodi Picoult, centers around thenineteen minutes of a high school shooting rampage that scars the lives of the perpetrator, 17-year-old Peter Houghton, and all those whom his life touches.19 min… that’s how long it took Peter Houghton to get his revenge.In the novel the main character,Peter deals with with many struggles in his high school career.
Jill Lepore’s novel, The Secret History of Wonder Woman, exposes the birth of Wonder Woman and her creator, William Marston. For obtaining a PhD in psychology, it is shocking that Marston struggled to hold a job. He carried various jobs, but he spent a majority of his time creating and promoting his lie detector. At home, Marston was married to Sadie Holloway; however, Olive Bryne also lived in their house as a caretaker and mistress. Bryne met Marston at Tuft’s University, and there was an immediate love connection. The Marston/Bryne/ Holloway family operated in a distinct way. The two women, Bryne and Holloway, took care of the children and supported the family by working while Marston occupied random
Dawn Ryder is an author of contemporary romance and erotic romance novels. She has written books for the "Hunter's Catch" series, the "Rock Band" series, the "Protocol" series, as well as stand alone novels. She is also the author Mary Wine who has written over twenty books as well. Some of the books Ryder has written under the Mary Wine name include: "The Highlander" series, "English Tudor" saga, "Dream" series, "McJames" series, as well as some stand alone novels.
Through out the book Grace was tempted by Kyrene and Logren to join the dark side where she could live forever under the pale kings rule, but her decision never wavered. She remained on the good side and bravely fought and won against the pale king. Her loyalty to her friends and kingdom is why Grace succeed in driving the evil out of Calaver.