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Casey Loving

Casey Loving, Co-Editor-in-Chief

Senior Casey Loving is currently in his forth year on staff. Loving is the vice president of drama club and a member of select choir, MHS Dynamics, NHS and Red Rage. While he was Play's opinion/news editor for his sophomore year, Loving has been the Co-Editor-in-Chief with senior Abby McCoy for the past two years. A reporter, Loving likes to write opinionated pieces such as columns, reviews and editorials.

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Senior Casey Loving visited his grandparents in New Jersey earlier this month. He was happy that he got to take a photo in his graduation gown with his grandfather who died Monday.

Ciao, Papa Louie

May 18, 2020
Senior Casey Loving stays after school with seniors Abby McCoy and Preston Hunt on their penultimate day of school. The three had no clue the next day at Maize would be their last.

A time for sorrow

March 18, 2020
Approximately 90 counter-protestors came in support of students at Maize and Maize South each. Each school only had three to four protestors.

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December 11, 2019
Approximately 90 counter-protestors came in support of students at Maize and Maize South each. Each school only had three to four protestors.

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December 11, 2019
Approximately 90 counter-protestors came in support of students at Maize and Maize South each. Each school only had three to four protestors.

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December 11, 2019
A (not so) minor issue

A (not so) minor issue

October 1, 2018
Casey Loving is the co-editor-in-chief of Play newsmag and Maizenews.com.

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October 1, 2018
Students in Beth Janssen's art class are working on quilt inspired artist Marie Watt. The final product eventually will be on display at Crystal Bridges Museum in Arkansas.

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September 2, 2018
Students in Beth Janssen's art class are working on quilt inspired artist Marie Watt. The final product eventually will be on display at Crystal Bridges Museum in Arkansas.

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September 2, 2018
Students in Beth Janssen's art class are working on quilt inspired artist Marie Watt. The final product eventually will be on display at Crystal Bridges Museum in Arkansas.

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September 2, 2018
Students in Beth Janssen's art class are working on quilt inspired artist Marie Watt. The final product eventually will be on display at Crystal Bridges Museum in Arkansas.

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September 2, 2018
Students in Beth Janssen's art class are working on quilt inspired artist Marie Watt. The final product eventually will be on display at Crystal Bridges Museum in Arkansas.

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September 2, 2018
Students in Beth Janssen's art class are working on quilt inspired artist Marie Watt. The final product eventually will be on display at Crystal Bridges Museum in Arkansas.

[Photo]

September 2, 2018
Students in Beth Janssen's art class are working on quilt inspired artist Marie Watt. The final product eventually will be on display at Crystal Bridges Museum in Arkansas.

[Photo]

September 2, 2018
Students in Beth Janssen's art class are working on quilt inspired artist Marie Watt. The final product eventually will be on display at Crystal Bridges Museum in Arkansas.

[Photo]

September 2, 2018
Students in Beth Janssen's art class are working on quilt inspired artist Marie Watt. The final product eventually will be on display at Crystal Bridges Museum in Arkansas.

[Photo]

September 2, 2018
Students in Beth Janssen's art class are working on quilt inspired artist Marie Watt. The final product eventually will be on display at Crystal Bridges Museum in Arkansas.

[Photo]

September 2, 2018
Senior Dean Lang opens the show dressed as Lumière from

Stressful shows

October 10, 2017
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