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Emily Peña

Emily Peña

Emily Pena is a junior and this is her first year writing for The Stampede as a headlines reporter. She loves to paint, draw, and watch true crime documentaries. When in the comfort of her own home, she likes connecting her music to her speaker and playing it at an unreasonably loud volume, talking to friends and family, or napping.

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With the amount of hard work that goes into learning a new language, being able to earn a Seal of Biliteracy is a great achievement.

The Seal of Biliteracy means more than a stamp on a transcript

Emily Peña, News Reporter
January 31, 2024

El examen para el Sello de Alfabetización Bilingüe tendrá lugar el 3 de febrero para reconocer a los estudiantes que demuestran un dominio intermedio-alto, no sólo del inglés, sino también de otro...

Members of the Muslim Student Association board celebrate their club together.

Muslim Student Association condemns Quran burning committed by WV Student

Metea’s Muslim Student Association (MSA) held a meeting last Friday to open a discussion after a video of a Waubonsie Valley student burning a copy of the Quran resurfaced on social media.  The Waubonsie...

OLAS offers Hispanic students and non-Hispanic students alike an opportunity to understand their heritage and culture more.

OLAS opens its doors to Latin American students at Metea

Emily Peña
September 22, 2023

OLAS is the organization of the Latin American Students. Its mission is to unite Latino students and anyone willing to learn more about their culture. OLAS is a student-run club that provides an opportunity...

Hispanic Heritage Month is celebrated with the mission of connecting people through culture.

Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the importance of owning one’s culture

Emily Peña, News Reporter
September 15, 2023

If you look around our community you will see a variety of flags beginning to rise, food being prepared, and communities uniting. It is all in preparation for Hispanic Heritage Month, where it gives the...

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