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Junior Autumn Fluetsch and junior Delaney Vetter are all smiles for the first episode of The Beacon's newest podcast, Mental Health Mondays.
Junior Natalie Nygren and junior David Jacobs asked students to rate six things as overrated or underrated including the new Pilot House burgers, Fortnite and more.
Ruby brings plant life into her tiny home by growing sweet potatoes in her kitchen.
Ruby wears a simple peach pit necklace that matches her beaded curtain. The necklace was made by her sister, who loves peach pits. She wears it as a reminder of family and the passion for social justice she shares with her sister.
In order to enter the bus one has to pass through a beaded curtain made of peach pits.
Ruby Beauchamp lives in an old school bus that was converted into a charming tiny home by one of her friends. The outside of the bus is painted a light pastel green. Originally converted in California, Ruby and her friend drove the bus up to Oregon before the beginning of the school year.
When describing her daily routine, Ruby said she makes a cup of tea for herself each morning.
Ruby decorated her home with items from her travels as well as practical items that represent her passions. Ruby is the President of the UP club Basic Stitches, her passion for sewing and creating shown through her mannequin in the corner.