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Naomi Farahan

Current Age: 19

Stories by Naomi

Boys and girls swear diffrently, says Kamen Rose, 18
Language evolves, says IU linguist
By Naomi Farahan, 15, Allison Albrecht, 14, Kara Williams, 15, Greta Herbertz, 14
Girls and boys use different curse words, says Kamen Rose, 18
Fresh from the national conventions
By Hrishikesh Deshpande, 17, Greta Herbertz, 14, Hannah Zimet, 18, Sigal Tavel, 16, Isaiah Treadwell, 17, Shanze Tahir, 15, Ali Tahir, 17, Carmela Verderame, 12, Naomi Farahan, 15, Priya Mirmira, 15, Izabella Robinson, 14, Alaina Bradds, 17
Lots of excitement and pomp at the conventions.
Emma Leff, 16, works with Mikva Challenge in Chicago
By Hrishikesh Deshpande, 17, Naomi Farahan, 15
Emma Leff, 16, Chicago, says kids need to take an interest in politics. “If you want something, you go and make it happen,” she said.
Looking for college money? Look within
By Naomi Farahan, 15, Shaina Pan, 18
“People have a lot of barriers that they put up for themselves as kind of like a reason why they can’t do something,” says Zoe Damacela, 19, whose clothing business is helping her cover college expenses.
photo galleries
2011 City Stories
By Hrishikesh Deshpande, 16, Darius Jordan, 14, Kuren Sikand, 17, Hannah Zimet, 16, Sigal Tavel, 14, Matthew Stubbs, 18, Brianna Starks, 15, Carmela Verderame, 11, Naomi Farahan, 14, Priya Mirmira, 14, Max Gabovitch, 18, Rachel Gardner, 16, Claire Christoff, 11
Sound & Story
By Quinn Andrews, 17, Naomi Farahan, 14, Shaimelle Harris, 15, Brianna Starks, 15
No rest for weary teens
By Naomi Farahan, 14, Sigal Tavel, 14
“In America, it’s a chronic problem with teenagers not getting enough sleep,” says Dr. Ramindrajit Sufi, a pediatric pulmonologist at St. Vincent Hospital. “If you don’t get enough sleep and you don’t get all those hormones, you end up not having good growth, mentally or physically.”
Global Citizen Year
By Naomi Farahan, 13, Ali Tahir, 15
In 2009, Laura Keaton was a high school senior and an ad on Facebook caught her attention. “I wasn’t excited about going to college, so I think that’s why I clicked it,” she recalled.
By Danielle Hensley, 13, Naomi Farahan, 13, Shanze Tahir, 12
Professional soccer’s top competition will be played in South Africa this summer, and the country is buzzing with excitement. Not only will it be the first time the Federation of International Football Association will stage the FIFA World Cup on African soil, but it also recognizes soccer’s importance to this historic land and its youth.
Photos by Naomi