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“In high school, it can be hard sometimes to find your place, to find a group of people who you feel one trillion percent comfortable around, but the newspaper gave me that. It gave me a second home in the school, and a new family who accepted me for me. Staying till six after school laying out a paper or editing stories would have been a hard no from me freshman year, but now there is nowhere I would rather be. It is such an honor to drop off the paper in classes on Fridays and get to say I am part of Hi’s Eye. It amazes me that I get to carry on a legacy that has been going on since 1935. Hi’s Eye is a group of people who seem like they wouldn’t go together, but they have become my family. Most of my friends ask me how I am close with all of these people, but it is because they are my newspaper family—a random group of kids who have changed my life forever.” - Colm Slevin

Colm Slevin , Iris News Editor

Colm Slevin is very excited to be the News Editor for Iris next year. He also swims for both the WHS and Westfield YMCA swim teams. He has been swimming since the age of seven and loves to be by the pool working on his tan. He works as a lifeguard and a swim instructor at the Westfield Memorial Pool over the summer as well. Colm is also a member of the Latin Club and the Citizen Science Club. He is ecstatic to write for Hi’s Eye next year and see how amazing it will be.

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