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How to Find a Roommate Explained by Three Seniors

How to Find a Roommate Explained by Three Seniors

Arjun Deepak, Bear Hub Staff

June 15, 2020

I was scared to put myself out there but it really paid off because I found someone I really see myself becoming really good friends with.

Kevin Niranjan: An Old Soul

Kevin Niranjan posing with his choir folder.

Clara Deguerre, BearHub Staff

May 15, 2020

If you were selected for senior spotlight, what object/item would you bring in to be photographed with? If I were selected for senior spotlight, I would most likely choose my typewriter to take a picture with. Not only is music a favorite past time but also antiquing.

Kylie Luk: Living Life, One Matcha at a Time

Kylie Luk, 12, sips her Starbucks Iced Matcha Latte with a smile.

Shivani Ghatak, Bear Hub Staff

March 23, 2020

"Although it is very difficult to live everyday having this gut feeling that your world is falling apart, I believe that everything happens for a reason. I believe that there is a reason why I go through what I go through , and for me that shows me how going through my difficult times can help me become a better and more understanding therapist in the future." - Kylie Luk, 12

Jack Krawet : Skating Towards Success

Jack Krawet, 12, stands tall with his hockey stick over his shoulders.

Sam Fox, Bear Hub Staff

March 10, 2020

Jack Krawet is senior at East Brunswick High School. He is 17 years old, and is the president of the Education Foundation Student Association. Hockey is his biggest hobby, and he would like to take his young career to the next level.

Andrew Yuen : The Next Politician of America

Andrew Yuen : The Next Politician of America

Trinity McDonald, Bear Hub Staff

March 9, 2020

I don't want super strength because I am already very swole. It is unnecessary for my swoleness to be magnified as it would only be unfair for other mortals. Oftentimes, I ponder my swoleness as I lay on my ultra-strong bicep.

Eric Xu: King of Community Service

Eric Xu happily flipping through his Reader’s Digest Dictionary.

Clara Deguerre, BearHub Staff

March 7, 2020

It sounds really cheesy and corny, but the satisfaction of actually being able to see myself making a difference means a lot, especially since the world sometimes looks rather bad.

Isabella Pereira: Flipping Into Our Hearts

Isabella Pereira, 12, poses with a big smile on her face and her gymnastics uniform in hand.

Shivani Ghatak, Bear Hub Staff

March 6, 2020

"Being on the gymnastics team has completely changed me and made me the confident person I am today." ~ Bella Pereira, 12

Shivani Ghatak: Smile for Shivani!

Shivani Ghatak, 12, smiles with her camera and Girl Scout vest in hand.

Sarah Kincaid, Bear Hub Editor

March 6, 2020

"In the end, I see that my role in the world is to be a leader, be inspiring, spread joy and smiles, be empathetic and compassionate to those around me, and continue to be the strong, resilient, young woman I have grown to be through my journey on this beautiful planet we call Earth." ~ Shivani Ghatak, 12

Franklin Hansen: Award-Winning Composer

Franklin Hansen holds his trumpet, which he's been playing since the fifth grade.

Sophie Brown, Bear Hub Staff

March 6, 2020

Most students have, at some point, been involved in the arts program. Whether it was the flute you tried for a year in fifth grade or your short-lived stint in chorus, it's likely you've crossed paths with the Arts Department in one way or another. Franklin Hansen is not most students.

Ananya Chandra: She Speaks for the Trees! (kinda)

Gertrude the spineless yucca tree and Ananya Chandra, who has a spine.

Sophie Brown, Bear Hub Staff

March 5, 2020

She might not be perfect at it (see: Gertrude), but when it comes to protecting the environment, you'll be hard-pressed to find someone as determined and passionate as Ananya Chandra. Whether it's rallying at climate marches, educating elementary schoolers, or swapping out paper towels, she does her best to be mindful about the environment—and to encourage others to do the same.

Alyna Negron: Going for the Goal

Alyna Negron: Going for the Goal

Caroline Serpico, Bear Hub Staff

March 2, 2020

Without soccer, I would not have learned the importance of teamwork. As an individual, it would be impossible to get any task done. However, with a team anything is possible.

Malcolm Linnehan-Herring: Entrepreneur and Global Dancer

Malcolm Linnehan-Herring, student entrepreneur, is dressed up head-to-toe in his clothing brand, Atlas Innovative

Andrew Yuen, Bear Hub Staff

March 1, 2020

Competing in international dancing competitions seems like a far-fletched idea for many teenagers, but for Malcolm Linnehan-Herring, it was all in a week's work. Read more about his rise to international stardom, his retirement from dance, and his innovative new clothing company here.

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