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Juthi Saha

Juthi Saha, Profiles Editor

Juthi is currently a senior and is entering her second year of newspaper as The Stampede’s profiles editor. She loves to sing, travel the world, and play with makeup.

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Farewell Friday: Gayathri Sriram

Farewell Friday: Gayathri Sriram

Juthi Saha
May 3, 2019

Why did you choose to go to Purdue? I choose Purdue because I really loved their Computer Science program. The students and faculty there were so kind & helpful. I also loved the campus when I visited....

Farewell Friday: Kriti Chawla

Farewell Friday: Kriti Chawla

Juthi Saha
April 25, 2019

What made you choose Ohio State University? Ohio State University gave me a lot of opportunities, it is located in a city, and has a large population. To me, that's what I looked for in a college. Along...

Farewell Friday: Kailey Gasik

Farewell Friday: Kailey Gasik

Juthi Saha
April 11, 2019

Why did you choose to go to Illinois State? I chose to go to ISU because it’s not too far from home but it’s far enough. I love the college town it has. What do you plan on majoring in? I...

Photo courtesy of Gia Hamalis

Humans of Metea: Gia Hamalis

Juthi Saha, Profiles Editor
March 18, 2019

How did you come to be a part of this? Freshmen year, my dad got a job to teach at a university in Seoul, South Korea and we stayed there for a year. I went to an international school and it was all...

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[Photo] Farewell Friday: Veda Keda

Madison McCalley, Photographer & Sports Reporter
February 15, 2019

Photo courtesy of Niya Blowe

[Photo] Farewell Friday: Niya Blowe

Brittany Evans, Profiles Reporter
February 1, 2019

Photo courtesy of Niya Blowe

Farewell Friday: Carissa Cavicchioni

Farewell Friday: Carissa Cavicchioni

Juthi Saha, Profiles Editor
January 17, 2019

What do you plan on majoring in? I am going to major in Business. How did you get interested in that career choice? I thought it was best for me because I have the same work ethic as my mom and...

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[Photo] Humans of Metea: Vyshnavi Nukasani

Claudia Gryzb, Spotlight Reporter
December 7, 2018

Humans of Metea: Deysi Paniagua and Brian Casares enlist for National Guard

Humans of Metea: Deysi Paniagua and Brian Casares enlist for National Guard

Juthi Saha, Profiles Editor
November 16, 2018

Seniors Deysi Paniagua and Brian Casares have been enlisted or beginning the process of enlisting into the United States National Guard, who train part-time, close to home, but are ready when they are...

Students start nonprofit tutoring organization

Students start nonprofit tutoring organization

Juthi Saha, Profiles Editor
October 18, 2018

Jeremy Jung is the president of the Merry Tutor’s Aurora Chapter, along with other Metea students Swaapnik Choda, Sumukh Kak, Adhi Karthik, and Abhishek Vadlamannati. The Merry Tutor is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit...

Humans of Metea: Macy Margherio

Humans of Metea: Macy Margherio

Juthi Saha, Profiles Editor
September 26, 2018

Senior Macy Margherio is one of the teen directors for Operation Snowball, a weekend retreat that is focused on empowering youth and an international AOTD-free program. She has influenced this program...

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Stampede Staff Playlist: September Edition

Juthi Saha, Profiles Editor
September 13, 2018

The school year has started. Along with the new year and opportunities, students strive to balance the stress of homework, grades, and social lives. Music is one of the best ways our staff unwinds and...

PTSA hosts Coffee with the Principal event

PTSA hosts Coffee with the Principal event

Juthi Saha, Profiles Editor
September 12, 2018

he PTSA hosted its first Coffee with the Principal event in the LMC on Tuesday. Teachers, parents, and students were welcome to come to the event and discuss concerns and comments they might have had about...

Meet the newest additions to the teaching staff

Meet the newest additions to the teaching staff

Amy Klimkowski How long have you been teaching? This will be my ninth year teaching. I worked at Eisenhower Cooperative before that in Eisenhower Illinois. What classes are you teaching? I...

Humans of Metea: Jorge Samayoa

Humans of Metea: Jorge Samayoa

Juthi Saha, Profiles Editor
May 23, 2018

Sophomore Jorge Samayoa has been on his karate journey for 14 years. He practices every day after school and has the opportunity to teach. In addition, Samayoa travels nationally and even internationally...

Farewell Friday: Alexa Jordan

Farewell Friday: Alexa Jordan

Juthi Saha, Profiles Editor
May 10, 2018

Where do you plan on going to college? Harvard University. What do you plan on majoring in, and why did you choose it? Government! I’ve always been interested in history, policy, and foreign...

Diversity is the new norm for the entertainment industry

Diversity is the new norm for the entertainment industry

Juthi Saha, Spotlight Reporter
March 20, 2018

Minorities, women, and sexualities have been discriminated and underrepresented in the entertainment industry for decades. Diversity in media has been something Hollywood has struggled with for many years,...

School introduces the new electronic buzzer system

School introduces the new electronic buzzer system

Juthi Saha, Spotlight Reporter
March 9, 2018

A doorbell system has been implemented in the school where guests have to ring in, state their name and purpose, and then proceed after communicating with administration through the system recently. Previously,...

Orchesis hosts the annual Under the Lights Showcase

Orchesis hosts the annual Under the Lights Showcase

Juthi Saha, Spotlight Reporter
February 22, 2018

This Friday and Saturday, the Orchesis Dance Company presented its annual “Under the Lights” showcase. This year was different than previous years because they performed last Thursday during lunch...

Super Bowl halftime show continues to create controversy

Super Bowl halftime show continues to create controversy

Juthi Saha, Spotlight Reporter
February 12, 2018

During the Super Bowl, the halftime show is something most viewers watch and pay attention to aside from the game. This year, singer-songwriter Justin Timberlake performed old hit songs such as “Suit...

Mini Mustang Preschool creates teaching opportunities for high schoolers

Mini Mustang Preschool creates teaching opportunities for high schoolers

Juthi Saha, Spotlight Reporter
January 23, 2018

The Mini-Mustang Preschool is a lab-class offered to juniors and seniors want to be involved in a future career involving educating young minds. The program is increasingly becoming a great opportunity...

Madrigals hosts annual dinner theater production

Madrigals hosts annual dinner theater production

Juthi Saha, Spotlight Reporter
December 19, 2017

ver the weekend, the music department hosted its annual Madrigal dinner which represented the true Renaissance Era. The shows took place on Dec. 14, Dec. 15, and Dec. 16.  The audience had a choice of...

I Am presents: Beyond the Mask

I Am presents: Beyond the Mask

Juthi Saha, Profiles Reporter
November 3, 2017

The I Am Initiative Student Committee initially held an event called “Beyond the Mask” on Halloween day after school on Tuesday. I Am collaborated with the Gay/Straight Alliance club, Young Mustangs...

How old is too old to go trick or treating?

How old is too old to go trick or treating?

Juthi Saha, Spotlight Reporter
October 31, 2017

For years, trick or treating has been the most popular Halloween event for children all over the nation. It has been the annual event that brings communities closer together, and sometimes, the only time...

October brings spooky traditions to students this Halloween season

October brings spooky traditions to students this Halloween season

Juthi Saha, Spotlight Reporter
October 17, 2017

he Halloween season has become a favorite holiday season among Metea students. Several students have already been stocking up on spooky socks, decorations, and costumes. Many students are going to...

The problems homecoming can cause

The problems homecoming can cause

Juthi Saha, Headlines Reporter
September 24, 2017

Graphic by: Trinity Powell As homecoming approaches, people are forgetting what it’s really about. Homecoming is designed to welcome back students and celebrate a new school year. It is a tradition...

Snapchat Maps: Creepy or Convenient?

Snapchat Maps: Creepy or Convenient?

Juthi Saha, Spotlight Reporter
September 8, 2017

Graphic by Trinity Powell As the latest Snapchat update takes over, most users are either weirded out or use it to their advantage. Many memes are taking over social media of friends getting food at...

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