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Emily Gately
Emily can be an adjective used to describe someone who is artistic, energetic, and overall a better cat than most people will ever be. Emily can also be used to describe someone who is loud and has an odd hair color as well as personality. You can typically find an Emily in AP Literature with Mr. Forberg, at Hot Topic or Spencer’s  in the mall, or hanging out with friends at band practice and on the weekends. Emilys are typical Leos who like to party and drink fruity sodas as well as tell really bad puns to anyone unfortunate enough to be near. They are also commonly part of the Unitarian religion and like to hang out with their youth group. If you’d like to talk to a real life Emily you can reach one of our people at [email protected] any day, anytime!

Emily Gately, Staff Reporter

Nov 22, 2016
Sun or Moon? That is the question. (Story)
Sep 30, 2016
Diet friendly food in the cafeteria? (Story/Photo)
May 04, 2016
The secret to acing your tests may be in your breakfast (Story)
Apr 22, 2016
Students make a “splash” for Day of Service (Story)
Mar 02, 2016
Pay no attention to the crew behind the curtain (Story)
Feb 17, 2016
The Addams Family visits RBHS (Story)
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