Connor Walker
Connor Walker (‘19) is a man of many talents; he can safely handle knives and can even walk to Westfield Santa Anita from his home in Arcadia. While he considers himself more of a creative writer, Connor participated in middle school newspaper and will utilize his experience during his first year of work at the Webb Canyon Chronicle. Connor learned to be prepared and efficient during his six years with the Boy Scouts. Along his journey to achieving the rank of First Class, he learned to appreciate nature, develop survival skills, and nurture a love for antiques. He likes etymologies and is interested in anthropology. Perhaps one day he will study archaeology or work in a museum. Until then, he will try to find a way to use the word “apian” in his writing. He read Sirens of Titan by Kurt Vonnegut and you probably should read it, too.

Connor Walker, Co-Editor of Culture and Lifestyle

Nov 07, 2018
On the topic of Saturday the 28th (Story)
Oct 15, 2018
In Utero’s silver year… (Story)
Oct 11, 2018
R.I.P. fat rips (Story)
Sep 11, 2018
Fundamentals of Computation: the equality of man and machine (Story)
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