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Keren Joseph
FREEZE: SGA hosted the first hero points event for students who had reached the 500 hero point mark and were rewarded with a sweet treat.

Hurricanes who had earned 500 or more Hero points were able to enjoy the Kona Ice truck, located next to the auditorium where the bus stop is, on Sept. 15.

We decided to have this particular activity to provide incentives for students who have shown positive behavior on campus this year,” said student services coordinator, Mr. Baker. Students who have earned a minimum of 500 HERO points will have access to Kona Ice.”

Kona Ice is a mobile shaved ice company that serves crushed ice flavored with syrup and other sweet ingredients. The cost was $4 for a small one and the biggest was $7 

There were a variety of flavors such as cherry, piña colada, blue raspberry, grape, lemon-lime, banana, passion fruit, tiger’s blood, and watermelon.

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“This is our first time hosting an event like this,” said Mr. Baker.” We want to raise funds for more Hero incentives. Our goal is to have more events for students such as food trucks during lunch or other fun activities.”

“It was so good, I had blueberry and raspberry,” said Naishka Joseph, a Freshman in the Medical Academy. “ I loved it but it cost a lot of money for just that small thing.” 

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Keren Joseph
Keren Joseph, Photo Editor
Hello! My name is Keren Joseph, a junior at the Medical Academy, and this is my second year on staff. Despite my medical career path, I deeply love and adore the arts. I have a keen eye for creativity. My hobbies include drawing, singing, and playing my French Horn. In my free time, I like to make art commissions, listen to music, and collect photo cards of my favorite K-pop idols. My past includes memorable experiences in musical theater, chorus, symphonic band, digital art, and dance. My friends say I have an uplifting presence, ready to provide a helpful hand, and they're right. I adore helping people, whether it's a sympathetic ear, assistance with an assignment, or simply being present to make someone's day brighter.

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    Terry LouisdorOct 23, 2023 at 11:00 am

    The story was short but straight to the point. The writer kept their opinion out and only left other people’s opinions by quoting them.
    Also, I don’t think the Kona ice was that expensive.

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    Courtney RattrayOct 23, 2023 at 10:52 am

    I liked the Kona Ice event and I hope they have another one. This story was well written and all the facts were on there. The writer defined Kona Ice and how it works which I think is perfect for people who don’t know about it.

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    DjubencaOct 23, 2023 at 10:50 am

    Liz you did a very good job writing this , you gave a lot of detail . I just felt like you should’ve got more quotes from the students of how they felt that day but overall this was a fun and interesting news story .

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      Liz BrunoDec 13, 2023 at 12:35 pm

      Thank you!

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