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Anna Jani

Anna Jani, Assistant-Editor-in-Chief

Hey, I’m Anna, the Assistant-Editor-in-Chief of the Mane Street Mirror and a senior here at Foran. I started writing for the Mirror in the fall of 2017; this is my third year on the staff. To get to know more about me, I ran on the Foran Girls’ Cross Country team for four years and served as co-captain of the team my senior year with my best friend, Caroline Galaburri.  I am also a member of the National Honor Society and have played the violin for eight years, a first-violin member of the Foran String Orchestra. Additionally, I volunteer and serve as a board member for the Milford Historical Society and model for Macy’s every year in the Macy’s Prom Fashion Show. In my free time, I enjoy teaching myself foreign languages, going out with my friends, and spending time with my family.

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Though the Class of 2020 may look different than all recent years, Milford Public Schools is still finding a way to make graduation work for this year’s high school graduates.

The Fate of Graduation

Class of 2020
Anna Jani, Editor | June 4, 2020

        Today is June 3, 2020, and there is still no final decision announced to all about the condition and type of graduation for Foran’s Class of 2020 amidst the COVID-19 pandemic and mandatory social distancing.          In an email titled, “Senior Update,” sent to all seniors at...

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With the formal closing of shopping malls and complexes, the eat-in function of restaurants, and most public places, the beaches of Milford have been a popular destination for those living in the area. The sunset expands across the horizon at Anchor Beach, promising the tomorrow will be a new day. Photo courtesy of Anna Jani. Photo taken on March 24, 2020.


Anna Jani, Assistant-Editor-in-Chief | April 24, 2020


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“The Real Slim Shady”: The Life of Eminem

Anna Jani, Assistant-Editor-in-Chief | February 20, 2020

       His father left him behind. He was a loner, a victim of bullying, and a high school dropout. He worked multiple jobs to help him and his mother make ends meet in their poverty-ridden Detroit community. Such hardships starting from youth might discourage others. But, for Marshall Mathers III,...

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