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Mia Wrobel

Mia Wrobel, Staff Writer

Optimistic and outgoing. Hi, everyone. My name is Mia Wrobel and I am currently a senior. This is my first year in journalism, but I have always had a passion for writing. I loved my AP lang and other English courses I have taken. Outside of school you will find me at dance; I have been dancing competitively since the age of four. I am on the varsity dance team and I dance for Dancers Edge Studio. Other than dance I love to bake, read, travel and hang out with my family and friends. I am so excited for this year and the opportunities journalism will bring!

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On your mark, get set, go. Ready to race LCCE students including sophomore Vladimir Doroslovac prepare to take on the 200-meter race.

Ready, set, go

Mia Wrobel, Staff Writer
May 13, 2024
Every second counts. Chess members compete against each other in a series of games. At the end of the tournament three members came out on top.


Mia Wrobel, Staff Writer
May 1, 2024
Sporty dancers. Over the years, the debate over dance being a sport has always been split down the middle. In reality, most sports will never possess the athletic abilities of a dancer.

Dance Debate

Mia Wrobel, Staff Writer
March 14, 2024
Take a picture, itll last longer. Posing for game day, senior Ivana Petrevski’s high school dance comes to a close. Petrevski plans to dance in college.

The show must go on

Mia Wrobel, staff writer
December 13, 2023
Leaving her mark. Painting a phoenix mural, art teacher Jennifer Ramirez showcases her art. Ramirez was honored by Madison Heights for her artwork around the city.

Painting and history making

Mia Wrobel, Staff writer
November 9, 2023
Watch out! Getting pushed in a shopping cart, officer Lauren Weiss makes her way through the commons during anything but a backpack spirit day. Weiss believes participating in spirit days is important, since you only get four years of highschool. “I felt like a superstar, I was waving and everyone was waving back and taking pictures. It was a cool moment,” Weiss said.

Coolers and classwork

Mia Wrobel, Staff Writer
October 3, 2023
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