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Shadows fill the Cabin

Posted: May 27, 2014 - 1:40pm
Allison Suits and Carlie Cowgill job shadow at the cabin.
Allison Suits and Carlie Cowgill job shadow at the cabin.

Today at The Log Cabin Democrat came two young, brilliant, and full-of-life young women looking to a future of journalism, Carlie Cowgill and Allison Suits graced The Cabin with their talent and enthusiasm for the news. As the newest members of our family, Carlie and Allison were thrown to the lions and given their first assignment. They were to write a feature story about one another and see the publication process. Here are their excellent features.

 

Aspiration in a Conway heart

By: ALLISON SUITS

LOG CABIN DEMOCRAT JOB SHADOW Carlie Cowgill is a lifetime resident of Conway and a student at Conway Junior High. At school she is involved in orchestra, where she plays the viola and has received 3rd chair in all-region. Carlie also is teaching herself(with some help from her dad) the piano and guitar. Outside of school she takes drama at Blackbird Academy. She also enjoys being a part of the 4-H dog club, where she grooms, rescues, trains, and shows dogs. Carlie plans on attending Argosy University in Atlanta, Georgia, where she hopes to study literature and forensic psychology. This summer she is taking a creative writing course at UCA. Carlie also happens to be a triplet along with her sister and brother. She would describe herself as strange, competitive, and unique. ‘Family first’

By: CARLIE COWGILL

LOG CABIN DEMOCRAT JOB SHADOW Student Allison Suits attends Conway Junior High School and has lived in Conway her whole life. Allison doesn’t participate in any extra activities, but is fascinated by music and English. Her plans include graduating from high school and then moving on to graduate from U.C.A with a bachelor’s degree. She is not yet sure what she wants to be as she gets older, but she plans on staying in Arkansas to be with family, which is her main priority. Allison says that she would describe herself as relaxed, opinionated, and independent.

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