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Abigail Whyte is a writer for Desert Mountains Wolfs Print. She is part of the class of 2024.

Abigail Whyte, Staff Writer

This is Abigail Whyte’s first year being a part of Wolf’s Print. When she was in fifth grade her teacher encouraged her to write. Her sister made a big impact on her humor, and she acquired her sister’s love for writing. Abigail is excited to further delve into journalism this year. 

Abigail has lived in Texas, Arizona, and Ireland, she believes these moves have helped improve her writing skills. She is hoping to attend NYU when she graduates from Desert Mountain, but is keeping an open-mind where her future might take her. Though uncertain of what career she’ll choose she hopes to use her artistic abilities in her work or her writing skills, but she has a long list of ideas. Abigail would love to travel more after school.

Abigail loves to read, everything. From cheesy young adult books to The New England Journal of Medicine. She is inspired by Kurt Vonnegut’s books. She enjoys his dark crude sense of humor in his stories. Abigail Whyte participates in inktober every October, which is a challenge to draw and paint everyday of the month. She plays the piano and paints in her free time. Abigail posts her art on her Instagram @the_W.a.n.d.e.r.e.r. She likes to binge Netflix and for some reason likes running. She enjoys writing short stories when she gets in the zone. 

Abigail is interested in telling stories with everybody’s different perspectives and views. She is hoping to deliver thought provoking stories. “I am excited to get started writing for Wolf’s Print”, Abigail says.

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STILL THE GOAT: At age 43, Tom Brady shows no signs of slowing down, says Wolfs Prints Abigail Whyte.

TB or not TB

Abigail Whyte, Staff Writer
March 23, 2021
Columnist Abigail Whyte says those who were involved in the Jan. 6 occupation of Congress are guilty of an unconscionable act that is unacceptable and deserving of punishment.

An insight into incitement

Abigail Whyte, Staff Writer
February 19, 2021
SHARING- The Welcome to America Project helps provide refugees with clothes, information, furniture, toys and food. “Our thing isn’t just give stuff give stuff, it’s just sharing,” said Mike Sullivan, Agency Director of The Welcome to America Project, which has partnered with the International Baccalaureate Student Association at DM for the past few years. To learn how you can make a difference through the Welcome to America project, visit wtap.org.


Abigail Whyte, Staff Writer
December 29, 2020
BITTERSWEET VICTORY:  A 12-hour hike in freezing Icelandic weather left freshman Olivia Cullen feeling accomplished, but sad as her journey was coming to an end, said Olivia. Having to share half her food with her teammate Olivia said she was starving and looking forward to going home and eating the entire fridge.

A towering accomplishment

Abigail Whyte, Staff writer
November 18, 2020
Illustrator Nora Khaled used blank paper alcohol based markers and fine-tipped pens to portray the challenges faced this school year by teachers, who said the lessons learned while teaching Enhanced Distance Learning during the first quarter will help them as they transition to online. “Even though before having to go online I was always a paper and pencil person, I will definitely consider using technology in the future,” said Mrs. Varosky, who teaches freshman English at DM. About 85 percent of DM students returned to in person instruction on Oct. 12.

Stressed at a desk

Abigail Whyte, Staff writer
October 5, 2020
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