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Students share their 2018 New Year resolutions

Students and staff share their resolutions for the new year

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The start of the New Year symbolizes a fresh start for many people. With the promise of a clean slate in the upcoming months, many people start to make goals for the year.

These goals, otherwise known as resolutions, are a New Year’s tradition that people partake in to make changes in their lives.

As time passes, some people find that it becomes increasingly difficult to stick to the goals. Often times straying away from the goals even within the first month.

Utica High school students are some of the many that seem to struggle with keeping track off their resolutions.

“I’m very excited,” junior Sienna Schulz said, “but, honestly, I don’t think I’ll stay with it.”

Check out Sienna’s New Year’s resolution, along with many more, in the video above.

 

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