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Lili Lomas

Lili Lomas, Executive Digital Content Editor

Lili Lomas is a senior and the Digital Content editor and Sports section editor for The Sidekick. She is a synchronized swimmer and always enjoys being in the pool whether for a workout or just for fun. She is also involved in St. Ann High School Ministry, the youth group at St. Ann Parish. You can contact her at [email protected]

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A group of students dance together at the 2017 CHS Prom on Saturday at Southfork Ranch. The floor was surrounded by balloons overhead providing a fun setting for dancers.

A Golden Night

April 24, 2017

15 Q’s with Mrs. Harris

February 26, 2017
“My stepfather was in the Air Force, so I moved around a lot as a kid. I have lived in both the South and in the Northeast back and forth my whole life, so I feel uniquely capable of understanding Americans - even though we’re kind of divided into red and blue states. I was born in New Jersey and I lived there for most of my high school experience, although we moved around a lot there. As a kid, from second to fifth grade, I lived in Mississippi, which was like, to me, living in a different country. On the plus side, I got to meet lots of different people and that’s why I consider myself a pretty tolerant person today. A lot of times, I think prejudice or not being able to relate to people comes from just not having met a wide variety of people before.”

-Richard Orlopp, IB English IV and GT English teacher

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February 26, 2017
“My stepfather was in the Air Force, so I moved around a lot as a kid. I have lived in both the South and in the Northeast back and forth my whole life, so I feel uniquely capable of understanding Americans - even though we’re kind of divided into red and blue states. I was born in New Jersey and I lived there for most of my high school experience, although we moved around a lot there. As a kid, from second to fifth grade, I lived in Mississippi, which was like, to me, living in a different country. On the plus side, I got to meet lots of different people and that’s why I consider myself a pretty tolerant person today. A lot of times, I think prejudice or not being able to relate to people comes from just not having met a wide variety of people before.”
-Richard Orlopp, IB English IV and GT English teacher

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February 13, 2017
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