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Ty Nedungadi

Ty Nedungadi

Ty Nedungadi, Staff Reporter

May 19, 2020

Although quarantine stops us from going outside to see our friends, there are many alternatives to still have fun and spend time with them. For my friends and I, we spend late nights just messing around and playing games to have a good laugh all around. Whether it's trying to draw stupid pictures seen...

Tribulation with Toilets and Tangents

Disgusted by the disorder

Ty Nedungadi, Staff Reporter

March 16, 2020

I like to think that I clean myself and my messes nicely after I'm done using the toilet, but apparently not everyone is like this. Ever since I witnessed a severely disgusting event at the Mexico Road 7-11 bathroom, I've given up hope in humanity. I would rather hold in my number 2 for twelve hours...

Shifting into the Car-munity

This photo combines Adam Decker's Subaru BRZ, Zach Kofron's Mazda Miata, and Hunter Bowman's Acura RSX. Together, they enjoy taking pictures of their cars and post it to their car instagram accounts.

Ty Nedungadi, Staff Reporter

March 2, 2020

There’s clubs and activities at FHC for students to share their passion and love for whatever activity they love to do; however, some students feel left in the dust for something that they truly feel passionate for. This doesn’t mean that it stops them from continuing to share what they love. Senior...

Moving Towards State

FHC Sensations perform their Jazz routine at Nationals. The girls were hungry and determined to move forward into the competition

Ty Nedungadi and Grace Bahru

February 28, 2020

“It was the best performance we’ve done by far!” all said by junior sensation dancers Shaffer Brown, Payton Leap, and Sanya Suri. FHC’s Sensations are reflecting over their wonderful performance at Nationals while awaiting for state which will be held next week. Varsity sensations performed past ...

Performing Against the Nation’s Best

Both JV and Varsity Sensations team is pictured by the track.  They headed to nationals this past Thursday and travelled to Disney World where the competition is held

Ty Nedungadi and Grace Bahru

February 7, 2020

And they’re on their way! Girls sensations left Thursday, Jan 30 for their biggest competition of the year, nationals. This competition is held at Walt Disney and includes schools across the country, meaning 100’s of schools are competing for titles. The sensations all feel confident and hopeful ...

Finishing the Race Together

GOING ALL THE WAY - FHC Swimmers cheer on their fellow teammate as they swim their event. The team all encourages each other to swim their best, regardless of the outcome of the event.

Ty Nedungadi, Staff Reporter

January 1, 2020

As I approached the block ready to swim the 100 back, multiple feelings were coursing through my veins. This was the very last race that I would swim, ever, in high school. This was the last GAC’s that I would swim in, and the first time I was seeded 6th place in a race. There was a lot of pressure...

A Night Full of Fright

A main character of Fright Fest poses, ready to terrify audiences. Their performance is in part what makes Fright Fest such a thrill.

Ty Nedungadi, Staff Reporter

October 22, 2019

October, to us, is most associated with fears and horrors. This month is the perfect time to watch scary movies, wear costumes, eat orange colored food, and binge on candy. For me personally, I love the atmosphere of the month and enjoy the horror that comes. Though, I didn’t fill my enthusiasm com...

Starting College and Careers

HARD AT WORK - Senior Kyle Bryan focuses and works on homework in AP Human Geography, a college level course similar to the Calculus 3 class he is enrolled in at SCC

Ty Nedungadi, Staff Reporter

October 12, 2019

While other students are starting their day at Central at a desk, senior Kyle Bryan starts off his weekdays by driving to Saint Charles Community College and begins his first hour with the dual enrollment program. Bryan finishes his class and drive back to Central to continue his enrollment there. Going f...

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