Dear Juliet

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Dear Juliet

Phoebe Hughel, Staff Writer

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In Verona, Italy there is a home called Casa di Giulietta (Juliet’s house) where the Capuleti family is said to have lived. At this house there is a club called the “Juliet Club” where people who are struggling can leave letters for “Juliet” to respond to and help them figure out their problem. This club has been going on since around the 1930s when Ettore Solimani, guardian of Juliet’s tomb, thus creating the Juliet Club.

Seymour High School is creating a column similar to this club titled “Dear Phoebe.” In this column, any question (that is school appropriate) may be submitted. Questions from friendships, to relationships, to fashion advice, any student and staff is more than welcome to submit questions to this column. More than one question may be submitted to the column. All questions are welcome no matter the topic.

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