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In and Out of Our Walls Episode 11: Halloween Special

In this very spooky special episode, Azaa, Isa, and Ryder discuss the history of Halloween, the origins of popular ghouls, and pretty much everything having to do with Halloween to close out the Spooky October theme.

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About the Contributors
Ryder is a sophomore and this is his first year on staff as a perspectives writer, photographer, and podcaster. He enjoys reading, journaling, and listening to music. He also enjoys running like a maniac from time to time. If you can’t find him walking around the school or being loud with friends then he might be off whipping up a great mound of stories for thought. 
Isa is a sophomore, a Perspectives reporter, and on the Black and Gold podcast. She is excited for her first year on the Journalism team! When she’s in the podcast room you can see all the ideas flowing out of her head and simply just enjoying being with friends. She is a passionate artist, music lover (specifically K-pop), and avid movie critic on Letterboxd. When not in the podcast room she’s on the sidelines cheering with the Varsity Dance Team or in her room reading about Jo March’s adventures.
Azaa is in her second year of high school but her first being on staff. Azaa is a bubbly, talkative student who loves her friends more than she loves dressing up. She is part of the In and Out of Our Walls podcast and loves creating the graphics for it. Outside of school she can be found riding her bike to her best friend’s house, playing video games, or shopping for new clothes.

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