Sarah Smith

About Sarah Smith

First year photojournalist, Sarah Smith, ‘21, joined The Feather Online, inspired by former students’ success. Smith strives to improve her writing and photography skills, as well as stepping out of her comfort zone. Not only a part of The Feather, Smith co-captains her tennis team, involves herself in cheerleading, is a member of the California Scholarship Federation (CSF), partakes in a mentoring program, Sister to Sister and regularly volunteers at her church. As a second generation Mexican American, Smith plans to be the first in her family to attend college at a four-year university, majoring in Liberal Arts and minoring in marketing as well as playing tennis. After obtaining her degree, she plans to become a teacher at an elementary school, additionally using skills gained from The Feather, Smith plans on running a photography business as a side income.

Campus cheer team earns Grand Champion title, overcomes hardships

By |2020-02-26T13:40:35-08:00February 6th, 2020|Athletics, Winter|

Varsity and junior high cheer teams take the mat at Azusa Pacific competing in the FCC West Coast National Championships, Feb. 1. Overcoming illnesses, injuries, and late nights of cheering at basketball games, the FC varsity cheer team ended the week by taking home the title of Grand Champions for the second year in a row. Along with this accomplishment, the squad also placed first in their intermediate division.