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New Year, New Conway High

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It’s a new year and that means new year’s resolutions.  People all over CHS have made resolutions for the 2024 new year, especially newbie sophomores. From grade improvements to getting in shape, here are the resolutions of students at CHS.

Sophomore Mina Cavanaugh enters the new year wanting to stay in shape by doing well in track. She stated “I want to stay in shape by doing well in track, and it should be a good way since I’ve been in track for three years straight.” Fellow sophomore Samuel Richmond plans on fasting for the first month, he stated “I plan on fasting for the first month by just drinking water.” Many students are interested in sports, one of them is Ivan Lindstrom and his new year’s resolution is “My new years resolution would definitely be to catch more fish, even though I catch a lot of fish already.” A common new year’s resolution is to stay in shape, and sophomore Nick Salazar has the same idea, “I don’t make new year’s resolutions, they’re not really my thing, but if I had to, it would be to continue going to the gym everyday.” There are common new year’s resolutions, like going to the gym, getting better at a passion, or just being more relaxed, but some have unique resolutions and here are two sophomore students named Eulalio Torres and Charles Finkenbinder.

Eulalio says his new year’s resolution is “My New year’s resolution is to get the fortnite battle pass, eat a pepperoni hot pocket for the first time in years, and survive school. Charles Finkenbinder has a different, more productive, resolution, “My new years resolution is to get a shiny new car, get a summer job, build a fort in my backyard, and eat a spicy McChicken.” Everyone at CHS has a resolution, from going to the gym to eating a pepperoni hot pocket, but the question is, will they stick to them?

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Austin Micheal Tinney
Austin Tinney is a student at Conway High School who loves to cover sports. His dad got him interested in sports journalism at a young age, and he looks foward to covering Wampus Cat sports for the rest of the year

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