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Juvenile hall perceptions go beyond what meets the eye

Kaylee George, Staff Writer

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Kaylee is the Editor-in-Chief of Scot Scoop News and a staff writer for The Highlander. She is a senior who plays on the varsity basketball team and enjoys...

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