The student newspaper of Augusta High School

The Oriole

The student newspaper of Augusta High School

The Oriole

The student newspaper of Augusta High School

The Oriole

Color matters

Emotions and tradition affect folder color choices
Color+matters

Red, blue, green, yellow and purple. Students have strong opinions about what colors correlate with each core subject. Different factors affect what colors student assign to the subjects. This decision was based on their elementary experiences, folder colors and their emotions toward the subject.

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About the Contributor
Emily Brinkley, Reporter
Sophomore Emily Brinkley is a second-year reporter for The Oriole. She joined newspaper to be closer to the students in the school. She hopes people will be able to learn more about their community and classmates through the stories that are written. When she graduates from high school, she would like to study to be a kindergarten teacher. Brinkley is also a member of the color guard and in her second year, she was chosen to lead the team as captain. She feels honored that she is able to lead the team.  When she is not in school, she enjoys reading, fishing with her family, playing with her dog Walter or listening to music. 
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