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Photo of the Week 3/18

AFTER HOURS
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Lizzett Barrera

School’s out and as students leave, Alexis Chipuli (10) is off to cheer practice. Cheer formed a support system for Chipuli. She stayed in the same group and got really close with them, also relying on the family she made along the way. “It’s honestly all about trust,” Chipulli said. “Like you can do the skills a thousand times. If you’re thinking about it in your head that it’s going bad, it’s gonna go bad. So I have to picture it perfectly. It’s a really nice environment. I love doing it. I don’t think i would never not do it.” photo by Lizzett Barrera

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Lizzett Barrera
Lizzett Barrera, Yearbook Staff
Lizzett Barrera, an Indian Trail Communication’s junior, working as a first year on the yearbook staff for The Blaze.   Barrera's passion for cameras started during a family vacation and was in charge of capturing all sorts of memories. At the young age of 12 she was intrigued by clicking on all sorts of links and youtube videos of the news such as on Inside Edition about current events around the world.   Barrera takes part in the digital media pathway in the Communications Academy, having a minimalistic style in design. She also enjoys playing violin in her high school’s orchestra, as music is a must for Barrera listening to playlists all day long, everyday.   Barrera at the moment is indecisive on what to major in, but has a set decision to minor in Spanish. However she is keeping her graphic design skills in mind.    “I’m really glad I get to be part of a family where our memories can be frozen in time,” Barrera said. 
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