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Robyn sets her sites
on basketball career
by Timme Tully
Sports is a big part of Robyn Preach,s life because her athletic ability has enabled her
to compete at varsity level all three seasons since her freshman year. Her busy schedule
covers volleyball and softball then basketball, as well as, keeping up with her classes.
Robyn said that she would like to go professional as a basketball player. For the future,
she is trying to get a scholarship from a major university. Robyn stated, "Sports is my
life, it is like my family.', The baby of the team takes it seriously as she only had time for
sports and homework.
"The coaches have been a great support and help, they brought out the real person
in me," said Robyn Preach, sophomore.
"To the softball and volleyball, basketball teamyou have all been close to me like my
own family," said Robyn Preach sophomore.
Robyon Preach concentrates as she pithes the ball in softball practice.
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By Lori Staton
A lonely oatmeal box became a perfectly adequet camera in the hands of
sophomore Vivek Srinarayana. He and other first year photography stu-
dents made pinhole cameras in September. "Vivek's print of a cactus and
buffalo head nickel showed remarkable depth and focus," according to photo
teacher Richard Gross. The pinhole camera is made out of an oatmeal box
with a pinhole at one end. You have to keep your finger over the hole until
you are ready to take the picture. Then release your finger from the hole for a
couple of seconds. After that, cover the hole back up. It's hard to get a good
print because you have to keep the camera still. After your done, take the
photo paper to the darkroom and develope the negative. When it's devel-
oped, you transfer the negative to another piece of photopaper. The end
result is a round, indepth shot of the students choice.
Photographing a cactus, sophomore Vivek Srinarayana shows us how to take a picture with a
pinhole camera. Photo by Richard Gross
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