Sophia Campbell

Sophia Campbell, Feature Team Leader

Sophia Campbell is a senior at White Station High School and a third-year staff member for The Scroll newspaper. When she is not playing with her three dogs, she is listening to music, playing guitar, or painting. Sophia is a student-athlete on the lacrosse team at White Station and is in Model UN, the service committee of student council, and Best Buddies. She is also the vice president of Key Club. Her mother is from Austria, so she speaks German almost fluently. When she is older, she would love to be a writer.

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When asked, many teens will say they do not want to have kids. A poll posted through the Instagram story of @wshsscroll found that, out of 105 people, mostly Gen Z voters, 52% said they would have kids, and 48% said they would not have kids.

Does Gen Z not want kids?

Sophia Campbell, News and Feature Team Leader
March 31, 2022
Ide thoroughly explains a statistics problem by working it out for his students. Ide’s teaching style is unique: he trusts his students to do work at home, so solutions can be discussed in class.

One man with four jobs: Aboubacar Amadouide

Sophia Campbell, News and Feature Team Leader
February 27, 2022
 The account @wshs_sleeping makes a post showcasing Andrew Headley (12) napping in the senior gym. From its creation, the page has embarrassed countless students napping during school hours to its hundreds of followers.

Can you sleep, park or pee unspotted?

Sophia Campbell, News and Feature Team Leader
February 1, 2022
According to Next Avenue, an “ally” is someone who supports LGBTQ people and equality in its many forms — both publicly and privately. It is essential for heterosexual, cisgender people to not only support the community, but be a proud and public ally.

Being part of the LGBTQ+ community as a teen

Sophia Campbell, News and Feature Team Leader
December 7, 2021
Ben Sharabi (center, fourth from left) waves the flag while Caleb Mohamed (center, fifth from left) sports the 15-year-old banana suit. At Christian Brothers High School, the student section dresses for the white-out theme, preparing for the most popular game of the season.

The banana is back?

Sophia Campbell, News and Feature Team Leader
October 2, 2021
At the prom held by Abby Kellett (11), high school students from all over Memphis got together for their prom. Kellett mentioned that while safely following CDC guidelines, some students were able to reconnect for the first time in over a year.


Sophia Campbell, News and Feature Team Leader
June 5, 2021

JROTC Brigade Board

Sophia Campbell, writer
February 18, 2020
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