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Amisha Sethi
Amisha Sethi is a junior at Naperville Central and is excited for her first year as a staff member for the Central Times. Outside of CT, she is a part of the school’s tennis team and volunteers at an autism center. In her free time, Amisha enjoys doing hot yoga, listening to music, and spending time with her friends. After high school, Amisha hopes to pursue a career in medicine.

 

Amisha Sethi, Profiles Editor

Jun 09, 2020
What George Floyd’s death means to a second generation immigrant (Story/Media)
Jun 01, 2020
Peaceful Naperville rally continues to Aurora police station, turns violent (Story/Media)
Apr 21, 2020
The challenges of online learning (Story)
Mar 17, 2020
Juniors take mandated science assessment (Story)
Mar 14, 2020
It’s time to admit America is doing education all wrong (Story)
Mar 10, 2020
Review: Mac Miller’s final album,‘Circles,’ leaves lasting impression on fans (Story)
Jan 13, 2020
‘It’s up to you’: Civil rights leaders visit Central to share experiences, talk about embracing diversity (Story)
Jan 07, 2020
Activities and groups help student overcome introversion (Story)
Jan 06, 2020
From cornfields to Naper-thrill, Martina Ruiz has seen it all (Story)
Dec 26, 2019
A conversation with Mary Beth Tinker (Story)
Nov 27, 2019
Buffalo Wild Wings under fire for racist incident (Story)
Nov 26, 2019
What’s in a school day? (Story)
Nov 10, 2019
Generation Z and their stress-filled lives (Story)
Nov 02, 2019
Modern Activism or Viral Slacktivism? (Story)
Oct 30, 2019
Much to consider when determining best placement for students with special needs (Story)
Oct 07, 2019
Allocation of sports funding at Central (Story)
Oct 07, 2019
Academic tracking benefits certain groups, hurts everyone else (Story)
Sep 29, 2019
Naperville’s obsession with brands (Story)
Sep 06, 2019
Naperville Central welcomes new staff members for the 2019-2020 school year (Story/Media)