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For only her first year on the Inklings staff, Julia Rosier ’18 is taking profession of journalism by

storm. She may not know where she wants to go in the journalism world, but what she does

know is that she wants to write.

Her strong performance as a writer is not the only aspect of art that defines her. Rosier is also a

member of the prestigious Westport Dance Academy where she practices all kinds of dance

forms. Her diligent, hard work in the dancing world along with her her aesthetic mind attracts

one of the aesthetic categories of journalism as she loves to write for the arts and entertainment

section.

“For now, I hope to improve just my editing skills,” Rosier said, “but I don’t know where I will end up in the Inklings staff.”

Rosier’s kind yet diligent attitude will surely make her a fantastic reporter and writer as she

progresses through the Inklings newspaper. For now, she will continue dancing her way through

the various categories of Inklings until she can perform her final act.

julia rosier, Sports Editor

Jun 07, 2016
Forgette Rocks Out to the Beat of his Band (Story)
May 27, 2016
Thousands of people stranded at Grand Central due to a fire on Metro North railroad (Story)
Mar 11, 2016
Fashion for a Cause club sews its way through Staples (Story)
Jan 08, 2016
Museum of Modern Art attracts Staples students (Story)
Nov 23, 2015
Staples wins top school in state (Story)
Oct 25, 2015
Students prepare for the ACT (Story)
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