The student news site of Antioch Community High School.

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The student news site of Antioch Community High School.

Sequoit Media

The student news site of Antioch Community High School.

Sequoit Media

Daylia Brock

Daylia Brock, Lifestyles Writing Editor

Daylia Brock is a senior at Antioch Community High School, has started her fourth year on staff and is Captain of the ACHS dance team. When she is not dancing, Brock can be found sleeping, volunteering on behalf of her involvement in the National Honors Society, thrifting an excessive amount of sweaters and earrings or getting a little too invested in the plot of "Criminal Minds".

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Out of 65 ACHS students, 70% preferred Google Meet over Zoom. Many students prefer Google Meet due to the more efficient features. “Google Meets is easier to learn on because it’s open on a tab whereas Zoom has to be downloaded on your computer,” junior Bella Bussone said.

Google Meets vs. Zoom

September 2, 2020
One of many projects a part of the Multimedia Design curriculum is a self portrait using the Adobe Illustrator application. Students are able to express their self image through angles, colors, and other artistic elements. Adobe Illustrator is just one of the three applications utilized by students in the classroom.

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December 3, 2019
 Lunch in school has the opportunity to be personalized by the student. The varieties of foods offered in the cafeteria spark debate based on what students think are good versus the actual nutritional value. “The food is good to eat, but they’re nowhere near good for you to eat,” Devience said.

The Lunch Room Craze

November 13, 2019
Changing the name of a business can be tough. Working to convert the old Cafe Book into Little Bean Coffee Company requires effort into rebranding, such as logo cups. Staff are spreading the new name in as many ways as possible, to make the transition smoother.

Transforming Cafe Book

October 23, 2019

Daylia Brock

September 17, 2019
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