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Tiny Story: Sana Schaden

Something unexpected that happened to me
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The lock clicked and the door shut behind my little brother, key still inside. It was 12:30 a.m, and we were locked out of our French apartment. Panic washed over our faces as we realized there was no spare key and no one around. 

After dizzying phone calls with lock smith companies and the apartment manager—all we could do was wait. 

I took my mother’s hand, longing for a pocket of peace within a stressful situation. We walked down to the Seine, and just sat together for a while. No one would have guessed we had nowhere else to go.

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Sana Schaden, Web Editor-in-Chief
Sana Schaden is a senior at CHS. This is her 6th semester on staff, and first semester as Web Editor in Chief. When she is not in room 300 writing and editing articles, Sana spends her time on the tennis courts, filling her sketchbooks with artwork, listening to Spotify, studying at a coffee shop, or spending time with friends and family. As a Peer Educator for Planned Parenthood, Sana also strives to find the intersection between her activism work and her journalism.  

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