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Acee Hepner

Spikey red hair, heels a mile high, and fierce leather pants. Yep, that’s me, Acee Hepner but most people call me Ace. I wasn’t always as cool as I am now but thankfully that all changed. Four words that describe me as I am today are sarcastic, confident, fashionable, and smart. On top of all that I’m also a pretty good writer. When I’m not busy with school work and getting a perfect 4.0 GPA, I love to do anything with art - drawing, painting, and of course writing. I also love traveling, watching movies, eating good food, and fashion. One of my favorite types of writing is reviews because it gives me a chance to go try new things and spread the word about the fun (or misery) I experienced. If you can’t tell already I’m pretty different and I like to stand out. So I also like writing about different things that normally don’t get a lot of attention. I like to think of myself as the voice of the people that aren’t normally heard. So if you ever want to talk...let me know! Journalism has given me a great opportunity to get my own voice out there and a way to express myself. I have a whole new family on the Paw Print staff! I love this so much that I’m hoping to study journalism in college and land a job for a fashion magazine. But you never really know what will happen. I change my mind as often as I changed my hair color (3 times just this year to give you an idea)!
Polished for the part

Polished for the part

What to wear to an internship Going from the relaxed, chill environment of school to a professional atmosphere can be tricky. Students often want to fit in with the clothing trends at school but those don’t always translate well into…
Ruth B hits all the right keys

Ruth B hits all the right keys

Canadian singer/songwriter explodes from Vine It takes a unique musician to capture a listener’s attention within the first few notes. Ruth B, a 20 year old rising singer, happens to be one of those musicians catching my attention immediately. Her…
Ray Goren: good but takes some getting use to

Ray Goren: good but takes some getting use to

Subhead: Young musician different than today’s artists   It’s safe to say that most teenagers like music and often stumble upon unheard artists. The next big musician star that teenagers discover everywhere could be a 15 year old soulful teenager…
Flight bound for Paris diverted to SLC airport

Flight bound for Paris diverted to SLC airport

Only four days after the horrific terrorist attacks in France, an Air France plane headed to Paris was diverted to the Salt Lake City airport after threats of a bomb. The plan originally took off from Los Angeles International Airport,…
Proyecto de Linus

Proyecto de Linus

Subhead: Spanish Club helps others by making blankets for Project Linus   Now that the cold weather is here, it’s easy for most people to grab a blanket to keep warm. For those that can’t grab a blanket, the next…
Kickback for Christmas – Hepner

Kickback for Christmas – Hepner

Subhead: What to do during the cold, insane holiday months   Between the chaos of gift shopping, the craziness of driving in bad weather, and awkward family parties, it’s important to take a break from the holiday stress. Here’s a…
Alessia Cara “Here” to stay

Alessia Cara “Here” to stay

Subhead: Canadian singer explodes with fresh, old soul sound A mix of R&B and hip hop, fun, meaningful lyrics, and a down to earth personality – Alessia Cara recently exploded onto the scene with her single “Here” and she has…

Ask Ace – Advice Column

Do you need advice about school, friends, or just life in general? Then you’ve come to the right place! Ask Ace is the new and improved advice column for The Paw Print. To get advice, submit your questions at http://aceehepnerwriting.weebly.com/ask-ace.html.…

Fall Trends

Favorite Fall Activity: Hiking With cool fall weather finally here, hiking is a great activity to try during the autumn season. Ogden offers a variety of trails ranging from easy to difficult. All the trails have beautiful scenery, especially with…
Dealing with judgment beyond high school

Dealing with judgment beyond high school

Most everyone has been stared at during some point in their lives, especially in high school. In an instant they feel judged based on how they look, even though they’re just being themselves. Most people would think the judgement stops…