The Leaf

Lydia Masset: Web Editor

Lydia Masset, Managing Web Editor

Hello! My name is Lydia Masset and I am thrilled to have you here on shsleaf.org!  This is my fourth and final year working in room 115 and I could not be more excited to be both the Web Editor and the Communications Director. Over the past several years I have experienced immense growth both in and out of journalism. My love of film photography has grown, and as a result I have won 3 scholastic keys and an honorable mention for my work. My love for my community has grown through volunteer tutoring and art service projects with local nonprofits. My love for my school has grown as a member of the executive board of student council.  And of course my love of journalism has only grown as I have had the opportunity to create meaningful relationships and adapt my mindset about the world around me. The Washington Post’s tagline is “Democracy dies in the dark” I believe at Sycamore not only our democracy dies in the dark, but also our spirit, strength, and passion. It is my personal goal to make our publications a beacon of education and light for our school and community! Here’s to a fantastic senior year! 

 

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Thanksgiving trivia

Thanksgiving trivia

November 5, 2019
September Playlist

September Playlist

September 6, 2019
Lily Banke, 11

Lily Banke, 11

May 20, 2019
SHS colors of the year

SHS colors of the year

January 14, 2019
Ethan Masset, 9

Ethan Masset, 9

November 21, 2018
Diwali fast facts

Diwali fast facts

November 9, 2018
Best Halloween movies

Best Halloween movies

October 23, 2018
Grant Kilgard, 11

Grant Kilgard, 11

September 20, 2018
Yom Kippur fast facts

Yom Kippur fast facts

September 19, 2018
Art programs educate

Art programs educate

September 11, 2018
Stacy Lawrence, 10

Stacy Lawrence, 10

April 10, 2018
Kiri Basher, 10

Kiri Basher, 10

March 1, 2018
POWER TO THE PEACE. In 2013, Gloria Steinem was awarded the presidential medal of freedom. President Barack Obama bestowed her the metal to honor her work in the women’s liberation movement and for being an advocate for equality. Steinem is not only an activist but a journalist who has written about many social justice issues over the course of her career.

Gloria Steinem

March 1, 2018
SPEAK UP. Angelou spent the majority of her life working alongside other activists, primarily for racial equality. In her life she worked with Gloria Steinem, Nelson Mandela, Malcolm X, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and many more. They marched, planned, rallied, and wrote articles and poetry alike to do their part.

Maya Angelou

February 20, 2018
Heroes of SHS

Heroes of SHS

December 5, 2017
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