The Wildcat

Ashley Turner
Freshman Ashley Turner is looking forward to her first year as a member of the journalism department. Recommended by her English teacher, Turner chose to join the newspaper staff because it “sounded cool” and it would give her a chance to follow one of her passions: writing.

During her time on the newspaper staff, Ashley wants to take lots of pictures and write quality stories that depict student life at Warsaw High.

She is an avid reader, spending multiple hours a day reading books or the newspaper, making it understandable that one of her greatest academic strengths, reading and writing stories, be in the Language Arts Department.

Turner’s favorite class is Ukelele. Some other favorites of Ashley’s include unicorns, venus fly traps, stick bugs, the color “rainbow”, punk rock and screamo (though she likes all types of music), and Rick Riordan books.

Three places in the world that she would like to visit are Sydney, Australia; Los Angeles, California; and Tokyo, Japan. Her reasoning is to visit tourist attractions and interesting locations.

Ashley finds her motivation from music, books, and certain people, which she uses to fuel and inspire her work.

“Quality, to me, is how good, or bad, something is and how much effort and time is put into it.,” Ashley said.

Having five siblings, three sisters and two brothers, Ashley has had to work together with them, starting her team working skills when she was young. Her explanation of teamwork is “To help others and not take on all of your problems by yourself and let others help you too.”

Ashley Turner, Staff Writer

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