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Ahlora Smith is a sophomore at Citrus Valley High School. This is her second year involved in Ethic News. She is involved in theatre for the Blackhawk Theatre Company, and she also acts outside of school. She attended Judson and Brown Elementary and Clement Middle School. At home, she has a brother, Anthony 20, and two dogs, Didi and Manny. Outside of school, she is an avid Youtube watcher and occasionally crafts, crocheting and bracelet making being top hobbies. Ahlora also enjoys hanging out with her very large extended family. She hopes to pursue working in professional theatre after she graduates.
Mia Delmonico is a sophomore at REV, returning to the Ethic News staff for her second consecutive year. She hopes to further the success of the Features section through school and community engagement in order to continue the expansion and quality of its content. She is an all-around athlete, participating in sports such as soccer, cross country, track, horseback riding, wakeboarding and paddleboarding. Mia also works alongside her friends to start an ecology club at REV. After high school, she hopes to play soccer in college and help people.