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Tara Longardner

Current Age: 19
School: Heritage Christian School
Hi everyone! My name is Tara and I'm (soon to be) a Senior at Heritage Christian School. I'm sort of a late-bloomer here at Y-Press, only being part of the team since this past January, but when I found out about it while interning in the News Room at the Star, I knew I absolutely had to get involved. After next year, I hope to go on to major in journalism in college. Thanks for visiting my page! I feel so special :)

Interests: I'm stuck somewhere between a tomboy and girly-girl. Let me explain...I am a baking enthusiast and lover of all things Disney Princess. I'm never caught without my nails painted, and have a strange obsession with sunflowers.On the other hand, I play lacrosse, love getting dirty, and am always sandwiched in between my brother and dad on the couch during football games. I'm a little unorthodox, and embrace every bit of it!

Favorite Color: lavender
Favorite Book(s): Right now, I'm really into the Hunger Games series. But who isn't?
Favorite Movie(s): It changes everytime I see a new one I like
Favorite Food: Oatmeal- I'm an odd person
Favorite YPress Story: Not Fair! I've only done one... ask me in a few months

Stories by Tara

To Sikhs, a kara symbolizes faith and eternity.
Sikh youth keep the faith
By Rachel Gardner, 17, Tara Longardner, 17, Alexandra Patterson, 16, Megan Tackett, 17
“Our turban, most people consider that something to do with terrorism,” said Darsh Singh, 16, of Indianapolis.