Savannah Beydoun

Savannah Beydoun, Staff Writer

Hello! I'm Savannah Beydoun and I'm a sophomore who's 14. I'm new to Eisenhower and Journalism but not new to writing. I'm interested in journalism because I think writing is a creative way to express yourself and tell other's stories. I like writing when it's on a topic I understand and piques my interest, it can be really fun. My hobbies include playing with my dog and watching new shows. I also really love zombies.

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 Sophomore Savannah Beydoun continues to do school from home after testing positive for COVID-19, “It’s really hard to be sick and have to work alone,” Beydoun said. She plans on returning after her two week quarantine is over.

Solo schooling

May 6, 2021
While spending time together, sophomore Savannah Beydoun and her family wear masks this spring break to stay safe. “Once you get used to it (a mask) on your face it’s okay and worth it to be able to see each other,” cousin Ashton Clay said.

Boundless break

April 8, 2021
The AP exams are too costly for low income families. Why would I pay ninety nine dollars for a exam? Thats like almost one hundred dollars how is that even allowed, sophomore Nicole Cotora said.

Exorbitant exams

March 18, 2021
Having finished all school work, sophomore Savannah Beydoun bakes a colorful cake. “I loved putting on the frosting, the sprinkles were so much fun,” sister Samantha Nowak said. It is in the family’s calendar to try this recipe again with new frostings.

Colorful cake

January 14, 2021
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