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Eleanore Fuqua


Eleanore Fuqua

Eleanore Fuqua is a junior at Bloomington South High School. She is coeditor of the yearbook and plans to pursue a career in journalism.  When Eleanore is not writing, she can be found running cross country, playing tennis and practicing piano

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Through Their Eyes: Budget Cuts In Their Schools, But Not Always On Their Mind

In the politics of education, the most talked about group of people is often the least listened too. To remedy this situation, StateImpact turned to Bloomington South High School journalist Eleanore Fuqua to find out what students are thinking about about the current legislative session. Here’s her guest post: Two summers ago, politics and state […]

Through Their Eyes: Midway Through The Year

Eleanore Fuqua is a high school journalist at Bloomington South High School in Bloomington, Indiana

The second in our series from Bloomington South High School journalist Eleanore Fuqua on the effects of a changing school scheduleTwo and a half months gone in the year of change – the lengthened school day has outgrown its infancy and for many is now becoming more routine. With time, students, teachers, and administrators have adjusted to and solidified their opinions about the modifications.

Through Their Eyes: A New School Year and A New Schedule

Students at some Indiana schools will have to get used to more than just going back to school.  In a few districts, the school day will start earlier than in previous years.  To explore this issue, we went directly to the source.  Bloomington South High School Junior Eleanore Fuqua is a young up and coming student journalist […]

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