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Eliza Farley

Eliza Farley, Opinions Editor, Iris EIC

My name is Eliza Farley (she/her). I work as the Opinions Editor for The Rubicon and as the Editor-in-Chief of Iris: Art + Lit. At school, I play tennis and softball, and I also play the oboe in the school orchestra. I love to shop for cute stationery and make paper airplanes. I can be reached at [email protected].

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WINTER BLUES. Sophomore Nijah Johnson experiences periods of sadness throughout the winter season. Although this can be a symptom of seasonal depression, it is advised to get medically diagnosed before making assumptions. “Winter is dark, and so it tends to change the whole mood up,” Johnson said.

Seasonal depression isolates

Eliza Farley, The Rubicon
December 18, 2023
MIDWEEK MADNESS. Sophomore Annika Lillegard completes a project as scholarly pressure ramps up at the end of Q1. “We’ve really crammed in a lot of learning in the past week,” freshman Ava Schluender said. Many classes have projects due in the final days of the quarter.

Q1 ends, conferences coming up

Eliza Farley, Staff Writer
October 18, 2021
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