Volume 31



Ninth graders present stories

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By Daniel Ju ’22 with additional reporting by Allie Landecker ’21
Ninth grade students in Angle and Saenz met in the library for a storytelling meeting modeled on a podcast called The Moth, where unprepared stories were shared among the teachers and students. Each student shared a humorous and personal anecdote.
“There was one story about a girl whose grandmother who gave her a wedding sari and she talked about her indian identity, so that was pretty interesting, and there also was a boy who talked about eating coffeecakes, even though he was allergic to milk, and it made him be less allergic to milk, and now he can have ice cream and yogurt and all sorts of things that he couldn’t eat before,” english teacher Sydney Kole said.

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