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Daniela Noonan

Daniela Noonan has 6 articles published.

If you see someone crying while laughing, working on early assignments or reading a thick novel then you are probably around Daniela Noonan. Daniela usually goes by her last name Noonan, mostly because everyone caught on to calling her that. Noonan is the Beyond Our Wall editor, mostly because Noonan forgets there is life outside of ARS and likes to bring that world back into the lives of the ARS students. She enjoys reading, mindlessly watching forensic files and other crime shows, ranting to friends, stalking colleges and genetic programs. Daniela can be counted on to wear cargo pants and call it fashion. She likes to write almost as much as she likes to talk.

About Daniela Noonan

If you see someone crying while laughing, working on early assignments or reading a thick novel then you are probably around Daniela Noonan. Daniela usually goes by her last name Noonan, mostly because everyone caught on to calling her that. Noonan is the Beyond Our Wall editor, mostly because Noonan forgets there is life outside of ARS and likes to bring that world back into the lives of the ARS students. She enjoys reading, mindlessly watching forensic files and other crime shows, ranting to friends, stalking colleges and genetic programs. Daniela can be counted on to wear cargo pants and call it fashion. She likes to write almost as much as she likes to talk.

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Dopamine in Introverts and Extroverts

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Historically, there’s been a divide between those who want to stand out and those who want to blend in. Introverts have been categorized as shy and reserved; extroverts as loud and social. The terms were first coined in the 1920s by Swiss psychologist Carl Jung to explain where people receive their energy, explaining their social…

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Its the end of the world as we know it

in ARS News/News by

Students and coaches reflect on this past season of extracurriculars   “It’s the end of the world as we know it!” Popular band R.E.M. said it best. The 2018-19 school year is coming to a close. With only one ‘six’ weeks left many extracurricular activities are going to district competitions and/or ending. Track and Field,…

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Wikihow: How to Get Good Grades (without pictures)

in Entertainment/Satire by

We hear it from our parents, we hear it from our friends, high school does not define us. However, not doing good in school affects your whole future and, evidently, your entire life. Projects, exams, homework, and presentations get in the way of that perfect A, so to start getting accepted into the best college,…

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