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Atarah Israel

Atarah Israel, Editor-in-Chief

Hi, I'm Atarah! I am a senior and the Editor-in-Chief of Crier. I absolutely love to read and write. My favorite book has (and likely always will be) Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry by Mildred D. Taylor. Music also plays a huge role in my life - I direct and sing for my church's choir, and dance. Other clubs I am a part of are Poetry Club and African American Culture Club.

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Debating their future

November 12, 2020
MATERIAL WORLD Kate Krawczyk is packaging and getting ready to send out one of her orders.

Nonstop Depop

November 12, 2020
PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT At their practice on Nov. 10, Nikki Sullivan, junior, runs drills with her teammates. The team hopes to go even farther than last year. “On top of that, (I hope)  to strengthen the ‘family’ culture that we started last year,” she said.

Laying it up

November 11, 2020
Calling all cultures

Calling all cultures

November 11, 2020
More than a movement

More than a movement

October 22, 2020
A call for connection

A call for connection

October 22, 2020
NO JUSTICE NO PEACE Speaking on a megaphone to a listening crowd, Kayla Prowell, class of ‘19, recites a poem during the protest that occurred June 5. Kayla also later helped plan a second protest at the town hall. Munster saw a surge of students, graduates and adult support in response to the resurgence of Black Lives Matter this year, paralleling the peaceful protests that have been sparked throughout the nation, “We’re tired of having to do this. We’re tired of having to fight for our rights over and over and over again. We fought for them 300 years ago, we fought for them 100 years ago, we fought for them 60 and 50 years ago. We’re always fighting, and I think that we’re tired of being our own advocates. We’re tired of people not being tired of being racist.

More than a movement

October 22, 2020
Navigating her laptop in Geometry class, Kylie Madura, freshman, completes her school work. Classes have taken on a new look this school year, with plastic dividers, masks and new furniture in general.

United yet divided

September 3, 2020
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