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Humans of Eureka | Grace Hockett

Humans of Eureka | Grace Hockett

Collin Wren

February 12, 2019


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“I’m worried that I might not be able to find a career that I really enjoy and want to do for the rest of my life." - Grace Hockett, freshman 

Humans of Eureka | Joshua Lavergne

Humans of Eureka | Joshua Lavergne

Carter Hutchinson

February 11, 2019


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“Going from tech school and Eureka can be a challenge. Parking is a hassle because all of the spots are already taken when we get here. Me and my parking partners have different schedules after school, so sometimes I have to ride the bus. Waking up at 5 a.m then going to school at Eureka until 3:17 ...

Humans of Eureka | Brooke Hayes

Humans of Eureka | Brooke Hayes

Anna Schmader

February 8, 2019


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“It’s just more of a popularity contest. It singles people out and makes them compare themselves to others. I get stuck looking at my Snapchat or Instagram feed instead of studying and it makes me more stressed out.” - Brooke Hayes, sophomore  

Humans of Eureka | Mary White

Humans of Eureka | Mary White

Myles Allred

February 7, 2019


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“Music determined the course of my career. I started playing violin in fourth grade in a Rockwood classroom because my parents had one, never intending to do this. I went to college as a pre-med major, and after my first biology class, decided that's really not what I wanted to do. And this is where...

Humans of Eureka | Tyler Bussen

Humans of Eureka | Tyler Bussen

Matthew Myers

February 6, 2019


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“I was bullied back in third grade. Back in my neighborhood there used to be a couple kids, and everytime I would go outside and play, they would always just come at me. They verbally bullied me until I really didn’t want to go outside at that point.”

Humans of Eureka | AnnMarie Gilman

Humans of Eureka | AnnMarie Gilman

Jordyn Dixon, eurekana editor-in-chief

February 5, 2019


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“What do I bring to the table? A global perspective. I can help teachers see things that they wouldn't ordinarily see when they come out of their classrooms. I like to do learning walks with teachers because we get to see kids that might be in classrooms, or had been in my office and see them in a...

Humans of Eureka | Emma Agoncillo

Humans of Eureka | Emma Agoncillo

Jordyn Dixon, eurekana editor-in-chief

February 4, 2019


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“My parents got divorced when I was really young. I was kind of weird with coping with it. I guess I was just trying whatever I could think of, and doing things that sparked joy. So that's what I started doing. I love doing portraits, especially when I was little. Now, I focus more on abstract art....