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The Tilghman Bell

The Student News Site of Paducah Tilghman High School

The Tilghman Bell

The Student News Site of Paducah Tilghman High School

The Tilghman Bell

Fiona Caywood

Fiona Caywood, Editor-in-Chief

Fiona Caywood is a senior at Paducah Tilghman. She is the editor of the Tilghman Bell, captain of the varsity Girls’ Soccer Team, and president of the Student Equity Advisory Council. She is also member of Student Council, Beta Club, National Honors Society, Interact Club, Pep Club, the Speech Team, the Tilghman Choir, and Concordia. Fiona is also a 2023 Governor’s Scholar and a student ambassador for Tilghman.

All content by Fiona Caywood

Hot Fashion Trends this Cold Winter

Fiona Caywood, Editor-in-chief
November 12, 2023

Insiders Scoop on GSP

Fiona Caywood, Editor-in-chief
October 16, 2023

STUDENT COMMENTARY: Effects of Social Media

Fiona Caywood, Arts and Entertainmet Editor
February 28, 2022
Lineup Released for Forecastle Music Festival 2022

Lineup Released for Forecastle Music Festival 2022

Fiona Caywood, Arts and Entertainment Editor
January 11, 2022
2021 Winter Fashion Trends

2021 Winter Fashion Trends

Fiona Caywood, Arts and Entertainment Editor
December 10, 2021

Stay on Top of Your Seasonal Depression This Year

Fiona Caywood, Arts and Entertainment editor
November 3, 2021
Malachi Rider dusts two Eagles players on his way to scoring one of four touchdowns during the game.

Malachi Rider wins WPSD Player of the Week

Fiona Caywood, Arts and Entertainment Editor
September 15, 2021
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