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While you’re waiting in anticipation for Thanksgiving break, check out what teachers are thankful for this fall.

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Artwork by Angela Zirbes

Artwork by Angela Zirbes

Artwork by Angela Zirbes

Sadie Rhomberg and Natalie Dunlap

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Sadie Rhomberg, Reporter
Sadie is a senior at West High. This is her second year as a reporter on staff. She enjoys participating in show choir, theater and tennis at school. Outside of school, Sadie likes to spend time with her dog or watch shows on Netflix.  
Natalie Dunlap, Reporter
Natalie Dunlap is a sophomore at West High. She is a reporter and this is her first year on staff. In her free time she enjoys reading, listening to music and walking around downtown Iowa City.
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