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Mimi Gaudiano

Mimi Gaudiano, Illustrator

Class of 2019. Long time artist, first time journalistic illustrator. Grade ‘A’ Disaster Gay. Owner of a wandering mind (if found please return to the art wing, I’ll pick it up). A gender cryptid. Girl? Boy? Nope.

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STORMY WEATHER: Winter weather in the Northwest inevitably brings wind storms. Do you know how to stay warm and get around with heat or light?

[PHOTO] Windstorm Hacks

January 30, 2019
There are so many natural beauties here in Washington state that we take for granted. This beautiful view of the mountains framing our school from the bus loop is often overlooked as an everyday thing. Football games and school events on the field are always shadowed by these looming beauties, with snowcapped peaks in the cold bite of winter. These mountains are green as long as we keep protecting the environment and pushing for a sustainable future.

[PHOTO] The Green Life

January 3, 2019
JOBS, SCHOOL & SOCIAL LIFE: Balance is hard, especially when juggling school and work.

[PHOTO] Part Time Life

November 28, 2018
Simple Affection

Simple Affection

October 17, 2018
THE SUMMER OF RED SUNS. Illustration by Mimi Gaudiano. One of the striking aspects of the forest fires was the bright red sun. Senior Cheyanne Ferrall describes her experience this last summer, “I knew several people who couldn’t go outside for very long because of asthma. In Port Orchard you could no longer see Seattle from the other side of the water, the whole city was just gone.”

[PHOTO] Burning Up

September 28, 2018
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