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Author: Evelin Figueroa
Evelin Figueroa is a rising senior at Doss High School where she is the captain of the Quick Recall Team, Treasurer of the FBLA, a Student Member Relations Specialist at Class Act Federal Credit Union, and a founding member of Doss' acapella group, Inferno. She is a singer and musician, as well as an artist and writer. She has also been named a Questbridge College Prep Scholar of 2018 and emcee'd March for Our Lives Louisville. She plans to be the first woman from her family to graduate college in the U.S. and go to a university in New York. She is active in many school clubs and activities, and when she is not at school or work, she's writing poetry or procrastinating homework. Evelin is very passionate about helping students realize their goals and aims to help minority students break through barriers.
Honey bees might become extinct in the foreseeable future, and humans play a huge role as to why. Methods of farming and high levels of air pollution render bees helpless. They are disappearing by the millions. At this rate, it’s unlikely that we will be able to stop their extinction, only stall the process. How we treat bees truly reflects exactly how the human race, as a whole, is destroying our surroundings, unconsciously or otherwise.