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Vamshi Krishna

Vamshi Krishna, Staff Reporter

Vamshi Krishna is a senior a Normal Community High School, and news reporter for the Inkspot. Vamshi entered NCHS as a sophomore transferring from New York City. Having spent several years in three different countries(England, Australia and the U.S), Vamshi had been exposed to many different cultures, and uses his abilities in English to portray his experience through journalism. Vamshi also skipped his freshman year of High School, and graduated from 8th grade straight to 10th grade. Vamshi currently plays for the NCHS Ironmen Varsity Football team as a wide receiver and defensive Back.

Slogan to live by....

"Some people say things as they are and say why; I dream of things that never were and say why not"-  John F. Kennedy

I'd really like to meet...

Perhaps Nelson Mandela because he has been through different generations, therefore experiencing changes in the world. And mainly because he is one of the most prominent freedom fighters living in present.

Random fact about me...

I'm scared of deep waters.


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One of the many objects made my students at NCHS from the 3D printer. An orange cube that can transform into an irregular solid.

3D printer major innovation at NCHS

Vamshi Krishna, Staff Reporter Dec 4, 2013

Rarely talked about in the hallways or classrooms is the new 3-dimensional printer in the Technology Department. The 3D printer has enabled the school to take a step toward technological innovation and advancement. The funding for the printer came from students in Technology Club who sponsored a fundraiser...

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Interact club: “Service over self”

NCHS students have stepped up to play a major role in the Twin Cities. Every year, the Interact Club seeks out charitable opportunities to benefit the community.  The club’s “Service Over Self” motto motivates it’s members to stay actively involved in the world. The club is an important one...

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India outraged over brutal rape in capital

Vamshi Krishna, Staff Reporter Jan 29, 2013

Just two weeks before Christmas, a young couple was returning from the theater in New Delhi, the capital of India. On Dec. 16,  after boarding a lone bus which already had six occupants on board, the young woman and her male companion were brutally beaten and robbed, after which the six suspects sexually...

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