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What's your favorite winter activity

  • Go ice skating (25%, 1 Votes)
  • Build a snowman (25%, 1 Votes)
  • Watch movies (25%, 1 Votes)
  • Go sledding (25%, 1 Votes)

Total Voters: 4

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Tower Drake show


Co-hosts Hannah DiDio ’25 and Sarah Cook ’25 break down their opinions as well as other students’ opinions about the new Drake music album. “For All the Dogs”. Not only do they applaud the audience for his music but they also go into depth on Drake as a person. Edited by Morgan Payne ’24, For more podcasts, check out Devils in the Details or The Tower Talk Show, both posted on the Tower Pulse.

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Hannah DiDio '25, Staff Writer
Managing a busy schedule as a student athlete, Hannah DiDio ’25 is constantly finding new ways to pursue her passions both in and out of school. DiDio swims for South, Gators, and the Country Club of Detroit, always keeping herself busy with new hobbies and extracurriculars. This hardworking staff writer is also sure to set aside time for herself and her friends, and she loves to spend time in nature or cooking when she has a break from her packed schedule. Only a first-year staffer, DiDio is an expert Tower recruiter, and she notices the positive impact journalism has had on her high school experience. “I really like journalism writing and finding fun stories,” DiDio said. “I’m so excited for The Tower this year, and I already got my friends to take Honors Journalism.”
Sarah Cook '25, Copy Editor
Sarah Cook ’25 is a girl who lives many lives in the summer. From the quiet ambiance of her room reading romance novels and watching classic teen drama shows to running up and down a soccer field, Cook said she loves every one of her many hobbies. . However, something she had never done was reach out to other people. That was a skill that had yet to be developed and been left unused—until she joined The Tower. “I liked the exposure to people you deal with when you have to write a story,” Cook said. “I would never go out and try to find random people but I have met a lot of friends and made connections through it.” The established copy editor has grown in her confidence and looks forward to making more memories doing work on the red couch in the back. “I’m excited to continue growing with everyone,” Cook said.

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