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Jordan Wright

Jordan Wright, Editor-in-Chief

Jordan Wright is a Senior and the Editor in Chief of Wolf’s Print at DMHS. She is a fan of classic rock and collecting records, drinking copious amounts of coffee, and reading the news while watching tv with her two younger sisters. Jordan has been involved in the school newspaper for about three years and has written stories and helped create the new website for Wolf’s Print. Jordan is also an International Baccalaureate (IB) student. As a student in creative writing, she wrote her first novel for nanowrimo (national novel writing month) and hopes to have it published soon. As an (IB) student, formal writing is one of Jordan’s most developed skills.With the experience of creative writing class and now journalism, the different styles of writing have become an inspiration. 

Jordan is planning to attend ASU Barrett in the fall of 2021 and is looking to study journalism at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Her interest in journalistic writing began in her freshman year at DM and she continues to pursue this love of writing through the school newspaper. Another major inspiration for becoming a journalist was the show “Newsroom” which was written by Aaron Sorkin. If anyone has an interest in politics or journalism this is one of the best shows to help get inspired. One of her biggest goals is to be a writer based in New York, writing for a major news outlet, writing political stories specifically. 

If you want to reach out to Jordan, you can talk to her by email ([email protected]), or by phone (602-849-5319).

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STILL A STIGMA: Between 10 and 20 percent of teens experience mental health conditions, according to the World Health Organization. “There still is a stigma but I would argue its not as strong as it used to be because people are more open about it, the media encourages [discussing] it more often,” said psychology teacher Ms. Onofry, “but there still definitely is a stigma.” Illustrator Nora Khaled used blank paper alcohol based markers and fine-tipped pens to create this illustration.

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Jordan Wright, Editor-in-Chief
January 28, 2021
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