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Sanah Jivani

Sanah Jivani, Print Editor-in-Chief

My name is Sanah and I’m so happy to be this year’s print editor-in-chief. I could start listing facts about myself and use smooth transitions to make it all fit together, but I’ll make this a little more interesting. I’ll tell you a story.
I love ice cream more than I love most things. The flavors, the toppings, everything that comes with it just brings me joy beyond anything I could ever imagine. I’m a big fan of metaphors and ice-cream (probably my two favorite things ever), so my freshman year I would always compare my life to an ice-cream shop.
I would think about all of the flavors, all of the uniqueness, all of the endless possibilities. And then I would think about myself. And I always compared myself to vanilla.
Plain, boring (no offense to all of you vanilla lovers out there), vanilla with no toppings. Just ordinary. At least that’s what my insecure freshman self thought.
One day I realized that I wasn’t actually vanilla, I was just settling for vanilla. In reality, I could be whatever flavor I wanted, with whatever toppings I wanted.
Moral of the story: All of your life, people could call you boring. They could call you insignificant, unimportant and make you doubt your worth. Truth is, that’s life. Over and over again you will find yourself consumed in self-doubt, insecurity and hopelessness. I know I did, until I learned not to settle. I learned to define my worth, build myself and not be afraid of what people thought. I learned to step out of my comfort zone, make new friends and go for dreams that seem out of reach.
So, here I am after my four-year climb to the top. In no way am I perfect, or even close. My life is still a mixture of having it all together and feeling completely lost. Of knowing exactly what to say and not being able to speak a word. Of feeling extremely in touch with my emotions and having no idea of what I’m feeling. It’s a mess, but it’s my beautiful mess that I couldn’t be more in love with.

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Adventurous teacher Cheryl Gold enjoys spending her time trying new things.

Walking on sunshine

July 17, 2015
Senior Keegan Kelly  worked hard throughout the year to get into the university of his choice.


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Beyond the surface

February 13, 2015
The perfect harmony

The perfect harmony

January 9, 2015
Anxiety for the awards

Anxiety for the awards

January 8, 2015
Three in one 15

Three in one ’15

January 6, 2015
Senior Ginnifer Joe hopes to pursue a career in choreography.

Dancing for her dreams

November 20, 2014
According to the American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatry, teens under stress, who experience loss, or who have anxiety disorder are at a higher risk for depression.

Behind the mask

October 20, 2014
Originally inspired by an act of kindness, junior Lorrie Tria makes it her mission to spread positivity.

Chain reaction

May 23, 2014
Sophomore Rebekah Rodriguez holds her high-scoring piece for the  Visual Arts Scholastic Event.

A work of art

March 12, 2014
Digital drama

Digital drama

January 3, 2014
Student uses new Klein ISD app to keep up with news.

Keeping in touch

December 2, 2013
A cup of addiction

A cup of addiction

November 28, 2013 leads to bullying leads to bullying

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Star Status

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