Gallery: Students flock to receive the second issue of “The Red Pen”

The second issue of the independent, student-run magazine, “The Red Pen”, was handed out to students on Monday morning Dec. 17

As students enter the building, Grace MsDaniel (12) passes out copies of "The Red Pen"
As students enter the building, Grace MsDaniel (12) passes out copies of “The Red Pen”
Once finished skimming over the issue, Imari Wilson (12) listens as her friends talk about their opinions on the articles.
Once finished skimming over the issue, Imari Wilson (12) listens as her friends talk about their opinions on the articles.
Abigail Stambough (11) shares her copy with her peers.
Abigail Stambough (11) shares her copy with her peers.
Students gather at tables to read "The Red Pen' together and discuss the content within.
Students gather at tables to read “The Red Pen’ together and discuss the content within.
Haley Williams (12) blocks out the chatter of the cafeteria as she reads.
Haley Williams (12) blocks out the chatter of the cafeteria as she reads.
Junior Miguel Reyes sits in the hallway reading his copy before the bell rings.
Junior Miguel Reyes sits in the hallway reading his copy before the bell rings.
Kaleb Fishbach (11) and Nadia Almasalkhi (11) huddle over their copy of the paper before class.
Kaleb Fishbach (11) and Nadia Almasalkhi (11) huddle over their copy of the paper before class.

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Kelsi White was a part of the 2011-2012 Crimson Yearbook and 2011-2013 Manual RedEye staff, as well as a member of the varsity field hockey team, Y-Club, Action for Africa and Beta Club.