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Hanna Fogel

Stories by Hanna

Would you want to live forever?
By Hanna Fogel, 17, Beverly Jenkins, 17, Victoria Kreyden, 14, Sarah Panfil, 13, Leeann Sausser, 15, Bekie Stergar, 14
In 1975, “Tuck Everlasting,” by Natalie Babbitt, hit store shelves. Through the years, the book gained popularity, inspiring children everywhere to fantasize about immortality and dream about what might happen if they ever stumbled upon a magic spring. Today’s children may be able to do more than fantasize about finding a fountain of youth. Dr. Aubrey de Grey leads a team of scientists who are finding ways to radically extend human life. As a biomedical gerontologist – a doctor who studies aging – de Grey isn’t just studying how people age but attempting to slow down the process.
Kate Sanner dangles a doughut above fellow North Central High School sophomore Eric Phillips. The game was part of a Young Life Club meeting
Christian club guides students
By Millie Cripe, 15, Hanna Fogel, 16
Chris Woods used to be a below-average student; now he makes the honor roll. He says he used to have a "ghetto mentality," but now he's sympathetic and compassionate. The 18-year-old once fought in the streets for neighborhood pride; now he mentors younger kids. How was Woods, once a struggling student and now a sophomore at Herron High School, able to turn his life around? He credits the Christian youth organization Young Life.
It's Definitely 'Loverly'
By Hanna Fogel, 16
“Oh, wouldn’t it be loverly?” This line, from the song “Wouldn’t It Be Loverly?” that appears in the 1964 movie My Fair Lady, showcases the continuous search for success and happiness throughout the film. My Fair Lady starts off a little slowly and is a bit confusing at first, but it eventually draws you so far in that you can’t look away even for a second.