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The BluePrint Online

The student news site of Hagerty High School

The BluePrint Online

The student news site of Hagerty High School

The BluePrint Online

Skyler Glenn

Skyler Glenn, Editor-in-Chief

Skyler Glenn is a senior at Hagerty High School, and this is her third year on staff. She loves writing editorials and profiles, along with creating multimedia content. She has won 4 "Best of the Best" awards from FSPA and was named the Emerging Young Journalist of the Year in 2021. She hopes to pursue journalism and data science throughout college and her career.
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January 1, 2023
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Nonni’s Mini Donuts

January 1, 2023
Concerts are making a big comeback as venues reopen and COVID-19 case numbers drop. Many Hagerty students have filled the seats.

Concert craze

Skyler Glenn, Editor-in-Chief
December 6, 2022

[Video] Ian’s Path of Destruction

Skyler Glenn, Editor-in-Chief
October 16, 2022

[Video] Opening the floodgates

Sophia Canabal, Lifestyles Editor
October 14, 2022

[Video] Bringing the pep inside

Skyler Glenn, Editor-in-Chief
August 31, 2022

[Video] Taking it back inside

Abigail Neal, Staff Reporter
August 24, 2022
The devious licks trend is harmful and unfunny. Its opposite, angelic yields, is much funnier and wont end you up in the principals office.

Poppin’ Off: Celebrity Parents

Skyler Glenn, Online Editor
April 28, 2022
The devious licks trend is harmful and unfunny. Its opposite, angelic yields, is much funnier and wont end you up in the principals office.

Poppin’ Off: Content Houses

Skyler Glenn, Online Editor
April 28, 2022
Comments like You need to eat and You look so skinny are common forms of skinny shaming. It is important to realize that they are not compliments and can be hurtful to a thin person.

Not to be taken lightly

Skyler Glenn, Online Editor
April 5, 2022
Amanda holds her comfort object, named The Cat of Anti-Anxiety. Ever since buying the cat in 2019, it has helped her process emotions and alleviate anxiety.

Close for comfort

Skyler Glenn, Online Editor
March 10, 2022
The varsity dance team celebrates their national victory on Feb. 20. This is the first time that they have taken a national title in the teams history.

Varsity dance takes national title

Skyler Glenn, Online Editor
February 23, 2022
A breath of fresh hair

A breath of fresh hair

Skyler Glenn, Online Editor
February 18, 2022
All over Tiktok, crazy Swifties spread their new theories about what their idol Taylor Swift will do next. Each easter egg theory seems to be more strange than the next, and more often than not, theyre wrong.

Poppin’ Off: Content Houses

Skyler Glenn, Online Editor
January 24, 2022
Junior Ilani Seguinot evaluates an EV3 robot built by the Minimancer First Lego League Challenge Team. Seguinots interest in STEM was initially sparked by her participation in the Geneva Elementary School robotics program.

It STEMs from perseverance

Skyler Glenn, Online Editor
December 15, 2021
Online dating has become far too common among teens. Not only is it pointless, but it is extremely dangerous and can have horrible consequences.

Swipe left on virtual dating

Skyler Glenn, Online Editor
October 18, 2021
All over Tiktok, crazy Swifties spread their new theories about what their idol Taylor Swift will do next. Each easter egg theory seems to be more strange than the next, and more often than not, theyre wrong.

Poppin’ Off: Devious Licks

Skyler Glenn, Online Editor
October 15, 2021
Lil Nas Xs MONTERO was released on Sept. 17. The album is extremely well-written and has beautiful instrumentals.

‘Montero’ is what I want

Skyler Glenn, Online Editor
September 19, 2021
Social media platforms are extremely popular among high school students. However, some believe that they are harmful.

Anti-socials

Skyler Glenn, Online Editor
September 8, 2021
Senior Daniel Balasquide receives a medal at the Honors Graduation Ceremony  on April 14. The graduation ceremony for all students will be held on May 14.

Fish out of water

Skyler Glenn, Assistant News Editor
May 13, 2021
Junior Marissa Young receives her first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine on April 26. Pfizer vaccines are available to individuals age 16 and older across the United States.

Going under the needle

Skyler Glenn, Assistant News Editor
April 26, 2021
A recent study shows that 97% of UK women aged 18-24 have experienced some form of sexual harassment in their lifetime. Social media users are using this statistic irresponsibly and invalidating victims.

97% invalidated

Skyler Glenn, Assistant News Editor
April 6, 2021
VSCO girls and alt girls are two types of basic. Both of these styles receive backlash from society.

Not like other girls?

Skyler Glenn, Assistant News Editor
February 16, 2021
Sophomore Sophia Canabal constructs a tripod for her next video review for hhsblueprint.com.

One for the (year)books

Skyler Glenn, Assistant News Editor
February 5, 2021
Senior Megan Carlson completes a bench press at the district championship. The girls weightlifting team came in first place with 77 points.

Girls weightlifting wins district championship

Skyler Glenn, Assistant News Editor
January 9, 2021
If Anything Happens I Love You shows a grieving family recovering from the loss of their daughter. The film is short, totaling only 12 minutes.

If anything happens, I’ll keep crying

Skyler Glenn, Assistant News Editor
November 30, 2020
Sophomores Dylan Grossenbaugh (left) and Victor Jimenez (right) discuss an assignment in English. Masks are required and social distancing is encouraged in classrooms.

A new wave

Skyler Glenn, Assistant News Editor
November 29, 2020
Horror film Megan Is Missing focuses on two 14-year-old girls who disappear after meeting an online acquaintance. This film is terrifying and realistic.

“Megan Is Missing” traumatizes viewers

Skyler Glenn, Assistant News Editor
November 17, 2020
Between parabolas, polynomials and severely high expectations, Algebra II has time and time again proven to have significant problems, causing difficulties in learning important material and being successful in math.

Find the solution

Skyler Glenn, Assistant News Editor
November 9, 2020
Netflix original Holidate focuses on a seasonal relationship between characters Sloane and Jackson. This movie is lousy and should not be watched on Christmas.

Easy to Holi-hate

Skyler Glenn, Assistant News Editor
November 2, 2020
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