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Edna Hernandez

Edna Hernandez, Photo Editor

“Sometimes quiet is violent.” - “Car Radio” by Twenty One Pilots. Senior Edna Hernandez believes stories should be told for a purpose. Staying quiet could be harmful and does no justice. She is a strong advocate for having the freedom of speech and suggests it to be used, even through writing.

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Doug Killough and Pamela Flores smile for a picture. Courtesy of Pamela Flores.

Leaving behind a legacy

Edna Hernandez, Photo Editor
May 2, 2019
I’ll miss the good times I’ve had here and the people I shared them with.”

Learning overseas

Edna Hernandez, Photo Editor
April 18, 2019
Students stand by each other and smile for a picture at the Grand Ball on Saturday, March 30. Courtesy of Emily Hasten.

Sharing prom culture

Edna Hernandez, Photo Editor
April 4, 2019

Finding a different option

Edna Hernandez, Photo Editor
March 22, 2019
“The transition here wasn’t that difficult because I was prepared and ready to change and adapt.”

Leaving everything behind

Edna Hernandez, Photo Editor
December 21, 2018
Never did I think I’d feel at home in a place where I was so different. Artwork by Edna Hernandez.

Column: Attempting to fit in

Edna Hernandez, Photo Editor
December 10, 2018
Seniors Isaac Bustos and Christin Bingham work on calculations for their Oackie poncho.

Heading toward future businesses

Edna Hernandez, Photo Editor
November 26, 2018
Freshman Armani Winfield lines up for a play during the McKinney Boyd game on Thursday, Sept. 13.

Catching success in his hands

Edna Hernandez, Photo Editor
September 25, 2018
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