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First day of school traditions

by Jenna Sadhu, Aquila Broadcast Editor

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Abha Patkar (12)

“I always take a picture with my brother for the first day of school, and my mom puts the picture in a timeline in one photo book.”

Victor Shin (12)

“I try to start a new fashion trend but it never works out.”

Meona Khetrapal (9)

“In the morning I go to Starbucks with my friends from other schools. Since I moved schools, we decided to do it so I could still keep in touch with them.”

Isabella Spradlin (12)

“I try and talk to as many new people as I can.”

This piece was originally published in the pages of The Winged Post on September 6, 2017.

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