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Head-to-head: Kit Kat bars

Two reporters go head-to-head with their personal reviews of Kit Kat candy bars.
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Photo by Juliet Payton
There is only one stick in the mini Kit Kat bar.
(Photo illustration created by Sasha Baumgartner via Canva).
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Mariah Varnado
Mariah Varnado, Reporter
Junior Mariah Varnado has a passion for performance. She is a strong contributor on WEGO's competitive dance team, and a regular feature in WeGo Drama's theatrical productions. She not only acted in the "The Great Gatsby" and "Freaky Friday", but she also directed the group's performance of "The Brothers Grimm". Most people would describe this junior in high school as "funny", "kind" and "smart". 
Juliet Payton
Juliet Payton, Reporter
Despite her passion for sports communication and the hopes of being on ESPN, sophomore Juliet Payton can be described as a person who is calm and goes with the flow. She enjoys hanging out with her friends and sleeping in her free time, and is determined to make all of her dreams come true.
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