Big News: Big Cookie

Payton Williams, Editor of Features

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This past Monday, the usual Monday gloom was brightened with students all over campus opening their Big Cookies. “Big Cookie is a really good and cute way to give cheap gifts to make your friend’s day or wish them a ‘Happy Birthday.’ Even if you don’t get a cookie, it’s fun for everyone because everyone shares their cookie and we all get to try them,” say Anya Vincent (‘18) and Camille Ylagan (‘18).

The December batch featured cookies with all types of messages from elaborate holiday designs to jokes and birthday notes. “I sent a cookie to my little brother that said, ‘You’re adopted,’ so the cookies can be funny and cute,” says Savannah Thomas (‘18).

The VWS senior class fundraising, or “Big cookie,” volunteer committee is a student-run group that sells pizza-sized cookies to the student body. These cookies can be ordered on STAS or at Webb events such as Art Café and Parents Weekend. Big cookies are baked and distributed monthly in efforts of fundraising for the end of the year class trip to Half-Dome, Yosemite. These family size treats are available in Sugar Cookie, Chocolate Chip, and Seasonal Favorite, a surprise flavor chosen by the committee each month.

Each VWS senior advisory is assigned a month. With the help of the committee, the group assigned to that month is responsible for baking, boxing, and decorating the cookies. The volunteer bakers get together on the designated sunday of that month to recreate the order designs with colored icing.

About the Contributors
Payton Williams, Editor of Features
Payton Williams (‘18) is from Newport Beach and is a boarder here at Webb. She is excited to spend her last year as the Editor of Features for the Webb Canyon Chronicle. She is passionate about her role as a Spirit Commissioner for ASB and utilizes the same creativity in her articles for the school’s...
Skyler Rivera, Editor-in-Chief of Social Media
Skyler Rivera (‘18) is the Editor-In-Chief of Social Media at the Webb Canyon Chronicle. She loves journalism, baseball, and coffee. Skyler grew up with the dream of becoming the first female President of the United States, but that dream changed when she got a taste of broadcast journalism with the Los Angeles Dodgers. She joined...
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