Ellie Pappas

Ellie Pappas, Copy Edit Lead

Ellie Pappas is a senior and third-year Scroll member.  She is a member of White Station’s wind ensemble and is the woodwind captain.   Ellie is a member of her church’s Greek dance troupe.  When she’s not practicing her scales, Ellie can be found writing songs, watching Chinese and Korean dramas, or creating too many playlists on Spotify. After high school, she aspires to become a professional flutist and teach private lessons on the side.  Ellie is eager to begin her final year on staff!


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Spartans Explore Dallas

Ellie Pappas, Copy-Edit Lead
March 24, 2023
(Clockwise from top) Matthew Shi (12), Peter Shi (11), Perry Shu (12) and Eilene Liu (12) research how to play mahjong. The game, which originated in China in the 19th century, was one of the potential activities for the night.

AAPI: gathering to give thanks

Ellie Pappas, Copyedit Lead
December 19, 2022
 Having just finished her swimming warmup for her first triathlon, Alexandra Shirley (12) (center) stops for a photo with her mother (far right) and Renata Bayazitova (far left). Shirley and her team competed in a sprint relay triathlon on May 15 at the Memphis in May Triathlon Weekend at Shelby Farms Park.

Up for a challenge? Try triathlon club

Ellie Pappas, Chief Copy Editor
September 10, 2022
(From top left going clockwise) Baklava, koulouria, endokaridia, ergolavi, kourambiethes and kataifi are some of the pastries available at the Memphis Greek Festival. Volunteers work to prepare and pack the pastries for the community to purchase.

Mediterranean meets Memphis

Ellie Pappas, Chief Copy Editor
May 17, 2022
A rider and horse compete in the three feet or children’s medal class at the Harvest Time show at the Germantown Charity Horse Show arena. The photographer, Eli Thompson (12), is mostly self-taught only having watched a few YouTube videos to assist him in his years of photography.

Thompson’s portrait of a horse

Ellie Pappas, Chief Copy Editor
March 25, 2022
This example of code, written by Diego Gil (11), is in C# language, which is one of many computer languages. The code was created for the controller of a side-scroller video game.

Computer painting: the art of coding

Ellie Pappas, Chief Copy Editor
February 25, 2022
The kinara, which holds seven candles, is lit by celebrants of Kwanzaa. The candles are a physical representation of the seven principles of Kwanzaa or the Nguzo Saba.

Kwanzaa: a week of unity and culture

Ellie Pappas, Chief Copy Editor
December 7, 2021
Completing a last minute touch-up before a match, Andrew Chen (12) changes the battery on team 5045’s robot. The match was part of an off-season competition known as the First Robotics Challenge in Arkansas.

Chen and Birbo’s rise to the top

Ellie Pappas, Chief Copy Editor
June 5, 2021
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