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Madelynn Evans

Madelynn Evans, Staff Writer

Hey, my name is Mady and this is my second year in journalism as a staff-writer for the Southwest Shadow.

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Infographic: How To Succeed In Quarter Four

Infographic: How To Succeed In Quarter Four

April 7, 2022
These quick tips will help you reach the finish line.
Southwest Shadow Asks: Carl Reiner

Southwest Shadow Asks: Carl Reiner

March 8, 2022
Find out some fun facts about sophomore Carl Reiner.
STIGMAS IN HIGH SCHOOL: WHAT THEY ARE AND HOW TO HELP

STIGMAS IN HIGH SCHOOL: WHAT THEY ARE AND HOW TO HELP

February 8, 2022
Here are five stigmas that most high school students deal with.
Mending to her plants, sophomore Christine Wu digs in the soil with her shovel. Working on farming since she was twelve, gardening has become her number one hobby“ Although gardening can become quite a labor intensive hobby, I like the work even if my back can be sore from it,” Wu said. “I can always turn to gardening for relief from the stress I feel in life. It is relaxing to sit down and focus on a plant. Its always heartwarming to see your hard work grow and bloom.” Photo Credit: Madelynn Evans

Finding Peace In Gardening: Meet Christine Wu

January 28, 2022
Learning to grow flowers and vegetables establish a healthier coping mechanism for stress.
PODCAST: School Safety

PODCAST: School Safety

January 26, 2022
In this episode, listen to all the ways our school keeps us safe from everything going on, as well as the ways we could improve our school safety.

TOP FIVE TRENDS THAT SHOULD NOT COME BACK

November 29, 2021
Top five trends that should never return, decide which of these five you dislike the most.
Q&A: How was Your Halloween?

Q&A: How was Your Halloween?

November 8, 2021
Students share their Halloween experience this year.
Q&A: Which Homecoming dance are you attending?

Q&A: Which Homecoming dance are you attending?

October 25, 2021
Students share their plans for Homecoming.
Students conduct the “fire bubbles” experiment which includes creating a reaction using fire and hydrogen peroxide. They worked together and used their critical thinking skills, along with following directions, to successfully complete the lab.  “I love labs,” Sager said. “I love reacting things because sometimes labs fail and then you have to troubleshoot.”
 Photo Credit: Madelynn Evans

Chemistry sophomores participate in different lab stations

October 23, 2021
This is one of the first labs the students have completed since distance learning last year.
Students in P.E. played volleyball, the first indoor sport of the year, and new limitations came from the masks.. ¨I think wearing masks inside during pe is annoying and to be honest does little to nothing to prevent the spread. But personally I really like volleyball and I like my team¨ sophomore Daniela Hernandez said. Madelynn Evans [STUDENT], Now
 Photo Credit: Alexa Rondez

Mask mandate stifles indoor physical education activities

September 27, 2021
Students in P.E. are required to wear masks while indoors and out.