Inklings News

While Colette Lippman ’17 previously identified herself with artistic abilities in both painting and creative writing, this year she’s ready to take on a new form of art: Inklings.

“I had a great experience with introduction to journalism sophomore year,” Lippman recalled, her eyes wandering down the English hallway. “I just want to become more confident in all aspects of journalism over the course of the year.”

Not only is Lippman interested in journalism, but as the treasurer of the Foreign Affairs club and an avid follower of current events, she aspires to create nonprofit organization that will somehow better the world. “My own definition of success in life is to benefit the world somehow by providing information or helping the common good in some way,” Lippman said.

Colette Lippman, Staff Writer

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