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High Honors students share experiences

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Madison Mayr ’24
Kathryn Asiel ’24 shares what it means to be a high honors student and how to achieve this incredible level of success.
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Madison Mayr ’24, Paper Sports Editor
Madison Mayr ‘24 began her journalism journey during her freshman year and now is a paper sports editor for the second year in a row. “I’m very athletic and love sports, so I thought being a sports editor would be a great choice for me,” Mayr said.  In parallel to her journalism pursuits, Mayr enjoys playing lacrosse and has been named captain for the Staples girls’ lacrosse team.  Mayr reflected on her initial decision to take journalism. “I took intro my freshman year because I love writing,” she said, “and my friends said that it’s a great  way to explore different passions in writing.”
Paige Miller ’24, Associate Managing Editor
Associate Managing Editor Paige Miller ’24 uses Inklings as a channel for her journalistic passion and aspirations.  “Becoming a journalist is definitely my goal,” Miller said. “I love how it combines writing skills with the action that comes from interviewing and capturing a story.”  She enjoys watching the news to learn about the latest interesting stories.  While Miller works on a story, she is often seen with headphones on playing her favorite music. Besides journalism, music and a love for animals are Miller’s greatest interests.  “I love music,” Miller said. “It conveys a story and emotion just like good writing.”

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