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Grace Slagle

Grace Slagle has 5 articles published.

New to the Polaris Press this year, Grace Slagle lives the exotic life of a laid back germaphobe who is dreading high school but interested to see what the future will bring. Although Grace spends a lot of her time making cliched remarks about the future, she also adores Saturday Night Live, ridiculous TV shows, and vintage fashion. Daily, Grace is consumed by the fact that her 10 year old sister is the same height as her and can wear her shoes, and considers herself a bit more on the extroverted side. She is the queen of starting projects that will never be finished, and finishing conversations that were never even started. And it would be weird not to mention that the violin is her passion.

About Grace Slagle

New to the Polaris Press this year, Grace Slagle lives the exotic life of a laid back germaphobe who is dreading high school but interested to see what the future will bring. Although Grace spends a lot of her time making cliched remarks about the future, she also adores Saturday Night Live, ridiculous TV shows, and vintage fashion. Daily, Grace is consumed by the fact that her 10 year old sister is the same height as her and can wear her shoes, and considers herself a bit more on the extroverted side. She is the queen of starting projects that will never be finished, and finishing conversations that were never even started. And it would be weird not to mention that the violin is her passion.

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The Marvelous Ms. Mayo: Why the ARS Library Clerk is so Important to our School

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If you’ve visited the wonderful ARS library at all, you’ve encountered a bright life force known as Ms. Carey Mayo. She upholds the official title of Library Clerk, but she is so much more than that.   Ms. Mayo is a mom of four. She says that definitely comes into play working at Ann Richards.…

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Queer Eye season three: A heartwarming Netflix original

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Netflix Original Queer Eye: More Than a Makeover has taken over the world recently, and for good reason. The show, a reboot of the mid-aughts makeover extravaganza, stars five gay men each in charge of one area of makeover-land. Its predecessor, Queer Eye: For the Straight Guy was focused primarily on making over straight men.…

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