Ian Hua, Co Editor-in-Chief

Ian Hua is a Senior at The MacDuffie School and is a Co-Editor-In-Chief of The Magnet. He joined The Magnet in his sophomore year as a senior staff writer, and has grown to love it. Aside from his duties on The Magnet he also enjoys his classes, especially Latin. Outside of school Ian likes playing baseball, running, hiking, camping, and snowboarding. If he must be inside, he also enjoys reading books and finding ways to entertain his four siblings. On top of everything, Ian is also a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints along with his family. When life gets him down he tries to keep smiling and remember the famous line from Vergil's Aeneid- "forsan et haec olim meminisse iuvabit." Well, that or one of Michael Kay's home run calls-- "2-2 to Judge. There it goes.... see yah! Oh, my, put it into orbit!" 

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Post COVID-19 Leadership Practicums

Ian Hua, Co-Editor in Chief
May 30, 2020

How Presidential Primaries Work

Ian Hua, Co-Editor in Chief
March 3, 2020

Latin Poetry Slam

Ian Hua, Copy Editor
May 2, 2019

A Magical Musical Takes the Stage

Ian Hua, Copy Editor
December 7, 2018
New MacDuffie Librarian Jennifer Tuleja

MacDuffie’s New Librarian

Ian Hua, Senior Staff Writer, Copy Editor
November 26, 2018
A child of the next generation sits on mothers shoulders to get a better view of the 70,000 marchers in Boston, Massachusetts at the March For Our Lives. Photo by Sophie Sharp ’19.

When Enough is Enough: March for Our Lives

Ian Hua, Assistant Copy Editor
April 22, 2018

MacDuffie’s New Club.mp4

Ian Hua, Assistant Copy Editor
March 5, 2018
MacDuffie Girls Varsity Basketball team poses with senior Jocelyn St. Onge after she scored her thousandth point on January 6th, 2018. PC: Amy Cauley

The grand 1000

Ian Hua, Assistant Copy Editor
January 28, 2018
The UNICEF official logo. Image from https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:UNICEF_Logo.png

UNICEF- Helping Children and Seeing the Future

Ian Hua, Assistant Copy Editor
December 4, 2017
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