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Kayla Gonzales

Kayla Gonzales, Co-Editor in Chief

Hi I'm Kayla! I've been the co-editor in Chief since last school year, and I enjoy writing and editing stories. I love learning various things and watching anime or Netflix shows. My favorite thing to collect is stickers and I hope to have a career where I can combine all of my favorite passions.

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Finally, enjoy! These are so delicious. If you accidentally over baked the rolls, do not worry. Put them in the microwave for 30 seconds and dive into the soft and delicious cinnamon rolls.

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Let the cinnamon rolls cool completely before frosting and serving. Spread the frosting evenly over each roll.

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Remove the rolls from the oven (make sure you do not over bake them or they will be hard).

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Make the frosting while the rolls are baking. Combine the cream cheese and butter in a large mixing bowl. Beat the ingredients until smooth then add the vanilla until it is just combined. Add the confectioner's sugar and beat just until combined.

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Arrange all the cinnamon rolls in a pan greased with butter. You can even add the extra trimmed off pieces (to not waste anything). Bake the rolls for 25 to 30 minutes until they are pale golden and baked through.

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Beginning at the long end, tightly roll the dough into a log. Trim off the edges then slice the log into about 9 rolls.

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Sprinkle the cinnamon-sugar mixture on top of the dough.

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Brush the dough all over with melted butter.

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Lightly flour your work surface again and roll the dough into a 10x14-inch rectangle.

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Gather all the ingredients to start. Refer to the full article for measurements.

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At this point, preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit. In a small bowl, whisk together the cinnamon and brown sugar.

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Cover the dough loosely with a damp towel and let it rest for about 15 minutes.

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Knead the dough until it comes together in a smooth ball. If it feels too sticky, add more flour as needed. Be careful not to over-knead the dough.

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Flour your work surface before putting your dough onto it.

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Using a spatula, mix just until combined.

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Using a spatula, mix just until combined.

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Add the milk mixture to the flour mixture

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In a large bowl, whisk together the flour, baking powder, sugar, cinnamon, and salt.

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In a small saucepan set over low heat, combine the milk and butter. Cook it until the butter is melted and make sure to cook the milk and butter at the same time. Cold milk will cause the butter to solidify and lead to an uneven dough. (Image shows milk and butter before being heated)

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A schedule of the shows featured at the radio club during the week (Monday's through Friday's)

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An exterior view of the WVPH 90.3 The Pulse from the hallway connected to the G-Wing

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The bulletin outside features artists that have been featured on WVPH 90.3 The Pulse

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A view of one of the studios the WVPH utilizes.

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Looking through the window in the main room that leads into the second recording area with state of the  art equipment

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A sign welcomes people to the studio and advertises on of their podcasts

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A full view of the wall within the WVPH recording area

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A poster in the recording room that shows the different sections the radio club offers

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A semi view of the first recording room

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One of the mics in the recording room

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A side view of the equipment used inside the first recording room

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The wall adjacent to the the TV room features a collection of records.

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A full view of the first recording room, including the equipment and decor that hang upon the walls

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A close up of the equipment used inside the second recording room

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Mr. Giannino working inside the second station room

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A wall containing a sign of the station, and more record decor. A picture of every student who has been in the club lies behind the cover according to Giannino.

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Mr. Giannino works with a student in one of his classes---showing him how the equipment works

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A student helps Mr. Giannino pick out songs for the radio to play.

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Mr. Giannino working at the music station

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Mr. Giannino checking up on the equipment in the recording station

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Mr. Giannino posing with the radio club members in front of the wall in the second recording room

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Students Robby Armas and Simone Wolfskehl working together at the station

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A side view of the state of the art equipment WVPH has

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Music director Simone Wolfskehl helping out a student who is choosing the music for the radio

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Student Station Manager Robby Armas makes sure everything is running smoothly

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