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Brynne Herzfeld

Brynne Herzfeld, Co-Editor-In-Chief

Brynne has almost run out of clever biography ideas. She has recycled a couple lines from her previous biographies.

When she’s not slaving away over her history notes or staring at a blank screen for hours while trying to start her article, she’s working on her fiction stories, sketching, creating digital art, keeping up with her favorite YouTubers, and adamantly continuing to use the Oxford comma outside of journalistic writing. Brynne volunteers at a wildlife center, and if you want to know what it feels like to have a baby squirrel skitter up your arm and onto your neck , just ask. She has also had a possum haul itself onto her head. She is apparently a jungle gym for critters. Brynne's the resident cartoonist, representing her grievances or humorous encounters through the characters of Kate and Zeke in her award-winning strip, "Wait, What?".
She's a Co-Editor-In-Chief now, which is a fun thing to be. (hopefully) After joining staff halfway through her freshman year, she's seen just about everything that room 1221 can gently toss at you and is eagerly looking forward to seeing what it can throw. 

Brynne sometimes explodes. It’s perfectly normal.

All content by Brynne Herzfeld

Dorm Dilemma

April 29, 2018
A flooded neighborhood park next to Fielder Elementary on Greenway Village Drive was one of several areas affected by rainfall from Hurricane Harvey. Mulch from the park floats on two to three inches of water.

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September 16, 2017
Wait, What?

Wait, What?

August 16, 2017
Along with fresh benches, the area outside the PAC gained new furniture, including a new leather couch.

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February 17, 2017
Existing benches near the Performing Arts Center received a face-lift with new seat covers. Dean Fuchs Ag Metal Fab Class made and stained bases for two other benches.

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February 17, 2017
Fish Camp, sponsored by Sue Ann Manthei donated six new iron benches in the rotunda.

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February 17, 2017
A new clock adorns the wall outside the 9th grade  office. Student Council also contributed to the new furniture items.

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February 17, 2017
Wait, what?

Wait, what?

February 13, 2017
Brynne Herzfeld (left) and Cameron Herzfeld (right) at ages four and seven, respectively. While each case of Autism Spectrum Disorder (colloquially known as autism) is different, one common trait is a lack of eye contact.

Normal

January 30, 2017
The chairs are all filled at the Robert R. Shaw STEAM Center as teams await the reveal of the 2017 challenge.

Full STEAM Ahead

January 15, 2017
Wait, what?

Wait, what?

December 9, 2016
Eilisha and some of her homemade cards, including several made by Special Needs students and adults at Everyday Opportunities.

Greetings, Greetings

September 7, 2016
capcivil war

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September 3, 2016
Second Semester Cartoon

Second Semester Cartoon

January 15, 2016
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