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Steele Clevenger, Staff Writer and Creative Director

Sarcastic. Artistic. Enthusiastic. These are three words Steele Clevenger would use to describe herself. A senior at Jesuit High School and a veteran journalism...

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Steele Clevenger, Staff Writer and Creative Director

Sarcastic. Artistic. Enthusiastic. These are three words Steele Clevenger would use to describe herself. A senior at Jesuit High School and a veteran journalism...

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Steele Clevenger, Staff Writer and Creative Director

Sarcastic. Artistic. Enthusiastic. These are three words Steele Clevenger would use to describe herself. A senior at Jesuit High School and a veteran journalism...

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Steele Clevenger, Staff Writer and Creative Director

Sarcastic. Artistic. Enthusiastic. These are three words Steele Clevenger would use to describe herself. A senior at Jesuit High School and a veteran journalism...

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Steele Clevenger, Staff Writer and Creative Director

Sarcastic. Artistic. Enthusiastic. These are three words Steele Clevenger would use to describe herself. A senior at Jesuit High School and a veteran journalism...

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Steele Clevenger, Staff Writer and Creative Director

Sarcastic. Artistic. Enthusiastic. These are three words Steele Clevenger would use to describe herself. A senior at Jesuit High School and a veteran journalism...

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Steele Clevenger, Staff Writer and Creative Director

Sarcastic. Artistic. Enthusiastic. These are three words Steele Clevenger would use to describe herself. A senior at Jesuit High School and a veteran journalism...

Honoring our seniors: Shawna Muckle

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Shawna served for three years on the staff of Jesuit Chronicle. She served as a writer, page editor, and Chief Editor during her time on the newspaper. She had multiple articles honored as Best of SNO and wrote about topics ranging from race relations to politics. She will attend Washington and Lee University in the fall where she will be majoring in journalism. Her favorite memory was making a podcast about the Portland Boat Show.

  • “Shawna is an inspiring writer and a great person to work with!” -Rosa Madden
  • “Shawna was never afraid to put her voice and thoughts out into the community and to the world. She is a
    fearless journalist and dedicated to her craft. She still manages to be humble and kind despite her incredible
    journalistic skills and I can’t wait to see where she goes!” -Jayla Lowery
  • “Shawna is such an amazing journalist and very smart. She always helps anyone who is struggling and is
    there for you.” -Annie Landgraf
  • “Shawna is definitely the best writer I met in high school. She consistently made enlightening, valuable
    articles about serious issues both in the Jesuit community and the world and the entire Journalism class
    could always rely on her for good input on articles. She could consistently make the Chronicle a source of
    discussion in the broader Jesuit community.” -James Martini
  • “Focused, overachieving, super smart. First time I met Shawna, I thought, that’s the journalist I want to
    embody.” -Steele Clevenger
  • “The high level work you put into this class and your overall level of writing truly stood out in every
    newspaper published this year.” -Michael Lang
  • “Shawna always inspired me to be a better writer. Such a chill girl and will miss seeing her sprint past me in
    valley everyday” -Gwynne Olson
  • “Shawna is such an amazing writer and always has the best ideas. My favorite memory with her is Fall
    Press Day and ending up in the wrong sessions!” -Virginia Larner

Honoring our seniors: Virginia Larner

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Virginia served three years on the Jesuit Chronicle as a writer, page editor, and ultimately a chief editor for the paper during her senior year. A talented writer who focused on school culture and health related topics, despite the website only being a member of SNO since December, her writing was featured twice on Best of SNO. She will attend Pitzer College in the fall. Her favorite memory of journalism was working on the Christmas editions.

  • “I don’t think I’ve ever seen Virginia when she’s not smiling or laughing. She is sweet, while still getting things done.” -Steele Clevenger
  •  “So kind and thoughtful, Virginia is amazing to work with!” -Rosa Madden
  •  “Virginia is not only an amazing journalist, she’s an incredibly sweet and understanding human being. She is always willing to help other people even if it means taking time away from her own work, she made the class so much more hilarious and fun. There were a few times I was just super stuck, whether that was trying to figure out how to work photoshop or just having a rough morning, and Virginia never failed to cheer me up or to help me in any way that she could. She’s going places!” -Jayla Lowery
  •  “Virginia was a great leader this year. She was really great at helping choose interesting articles for the issues and consistently wrote important articles. If we needed an article written on short notice, Virginia was always there to step in and write it.” -James Martini
  •  “I laughed so much over the funniest, weirdest, and most random things you, Jayla, and myself would hear or talk about during class.” -Michael Lang
  • “Virginia is so sweet and caring, and she never fails to brighten my day. I’m so glad I had Journalism with her, and I’ll miss her so much next year!” -Scout Jacobs
  • “Always fun to see her in class or pass her in the hall. Had so much fun getting to know her this year and I loved her style. The fuzzy sweaters always made me smile.” -Gwynne Olson
  • “Since starting Journalism lat year, Viriginia has always been there to help me and talk to me whenever I needed her. She is so sweet and hardworking. I will miss her so much next year!” -Annie Landgraf

Honoring our seniors: Jack Kelley

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Jack served for two years with Jesuit Chronicle, starting as a writer and developing as an editor. He served as Associate Chief Editor during his senior year. In the fall, he will be attending Brown University. His favorite memories from journalism are the “late nights”.

  • Jack’s sarcasm and wit always make me laugh. Just all around good vibes. Thanks for letting me awkwardly tag along with you and Nathan to Kaylee’s orchestra concert! –Shawna Muckle
  • Jack is such a hard worker and cares so much about journalism and his work. It was always so awesome to see how much he cared about the stories he was writing and how hard he worked to make sure they were well-informed and high quality. I really liked having class with such a hard-working, funny and kind person. –Jayla Lowery
  • Jack is always so nice and writes the greatest stories! I’ll always remember working with him at late night and his playlists. –Virginia Larner
  • Jack was a really fun presence in Journalism this year. He was always willing to help out and did a great job of keeping the classroom upbeat and cheerful, while still writing great articles about local and greater issues. –James Martini
  • Jack is such a hard worker, and he made Journalism super fun! –Scout Jacobs
  • Very easy to work and talk with this year in class and you have a great sense of humor. –Micheal Lang
  • Jack was the most chill and committed journalist. He never complained, was dedicated to the program, and was always willing to help. –Steele Clevenger

Honoring our seniors: Michael Lang

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Michael Lang will be attending University of Portland to study mechanical engineering. His favorite memory from class was the time we spent researching the origin and practical uses of pickle juice in society today.

  • “Michael is such a sweet and caring person. He never failed to help someone out when they needed it, and
    he was always positive, especially when needed most. He also made journalism so much more funny.” –
    Jayla Lowery
  • “Michael was a great presence in Journalism. He was always there to talk about articles, school, or anything
    else and could contribute to the conversation. He always seemed present in some of the best discussion I
    had this year about articles and other assignments.” -James Martini
  • “Very creative. Quiet but helpful, Michael acted like he had been doing journalism for his whole life.” –
    Steele Clevenger
  • “Michael is super smart and brings new ideas and inspiration for journalism. He is friends with everyone
    and always fun to be around!” -Annie Landgraf
  • “Most laid back person I have met. Had so much fun writing the Kobe article with him” -Gwynne Olson
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