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Elisha Scott

Elisha Scott, managing editor

Elisha Scott is a senior and a fourth year staff member for The Shield. This is her third year on the editorial staff and her second year as managing editor. Scott moved to Austin from Fort Worth, TX right before her freshman year in fall of 2018. Her favorite pieces to write are the new teacher exposés at the beginning of the year, and she enjoys photographing rallies, tennis, and spirited Mac events. Her favorite part of MacJ is working on her stories and spending time with the staff (especially getting ‘the skinny’ from co-editors Grace & Evelyn) at late knights. Scott loves art, science, her friends & family, pets, and traveling, as well. She loves the Texas Longhorns (Hook ‘em) where her sisters attended. She can’t wait to continue on the staff for her last year of high school and learn what it takes to be a journalist under the guidance of Mr. Winter and her fellow staff.

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Junior London Hudnall (above) defeated Myah Alvear from Glenn High School, 6-2, at the district meet at Delco Event Center on Feb. 7. Photo by Elisha Scott.

Hudnall hopes for state

February 21, 2020
Sophomores Jewel New and Lily Christie work on their numerous homework assignments after school. New points out that it’s unfair and counterproductive to assign an extraneous amount of homework following a seven-hour school day.

How much is too much?

November 7, 2019

Calling out for change

October 1, 2019
TACO TIME: Cheerleaders decorate the Taco Shack Wednesday afternoon in preparation for the Taco Shack bowl. The whole Taco Shack experience is just a really jam-packed and the most exciting part of the season, said sophomore Wynter Wilson. It’s a great kick off to the season and great time for the team to bond. McCallum won the decorating contest.

Taco bout tradition

September 5, 2019
Freshman Peyton Casey hits the ball to her opponents during her and Williams’ match against Dripping Springs.

Serving up a gallery

April 30, 2019
Junior Rey Bernacki places his phone into its designated slot in the shoe-holder at the front of Clifford Stanchoss classroom. Students gathered around the cellphone holder before the bell rang for fourth period to begin then slowly, one by one, they parted with their devices, but not before sending their last texts, checking social media one last time and plugging them in to charge before class began.

A push-button issue

March 29, 2019

Making the (North)cutt

February 3, 2019
Lucy Harme (left) and Kavya Srinivasan (right) play their violins during their orchestra performance as the board watches and listens.

[PHOTO]

November 28, 2018
I’m here for the students, Stone said. I hope they’ll introduce themselves to me and keep re-introducing themselves so I can learn their names and who they are and have conversations with them. I’d like to learn about more students, each of them.

Stone embraces new role

November 2, 2018
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