Noah Kuhn

South Pasadena High School graduate and incoming U.C. Berkeley freshman

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Recently graduated seniors had a high school experience like no other, with parts of three years impacted by the pandemic.

High schooler gets a graduate class in COVID disruption

Recently graduated seniors had a high school experience like no other, with parts of three years impacted by the pandemic.

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