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Nya Arce
Even though Nya Arce spends most of her time practicing for band, she felt the need to be even more connected with the school by becoming a part of the Liberator Staff. Going on her second year of membership, Arce continues to balance countless hours of extensive band rehearsals, long work days, and the heavy yearbook workload. “I wasn’t expecting to be so busy my senior year,” Arce said. “I honestly was just planning on it breezing by, but I think I jinxed it.”  Spending four days out of the week at band, the weekends at work, and with the stressful atmosphere of yearbook kicking in, Arce became so busy that she had to drop her art class. Regardless of how hectic her life had become, Arce still persists and she finds ways to balance the stress with her own enjoyment. “I wouldn’t change how this year has turned out at all. Having a lot to do just means I’m never bored,” Arce said. When she’s not working or at band or dealing with yearbook, Arce is planning fun things to do with her friends. “We have like three different group chats to coordinate our hangouts. It’s difficult getting everyone together because of how busy all of is are, but we make it work somehow,” Arce said.

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