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Greta Bjornson

Greta Bjornson, News Editor

After three years of writing for Inklings, Greta Bjornson ’15 is news page editor, and has a passion for creative writing and protecting the environment. Her favorite types of articles to write are feature articles, and although she admits to not being the “loudest person in class,” her writing lets her express her wit, especially in her column Pumpkin gone wrong: the worst pumpkin foods. Outside of Inklings, she does all that she can to make a difference in the world since she knows that the environment is facing many problems right now. “My family gets really annoyed with me because I am crazy about recycling,” Bjornson said. She even admits to taking plastic items out of the trash when placed in the wrong bin. She is mainly interested in marine biology, and since she is certified in scuba diving she has done a volunteer trip to rebuild a coral reef off of Key West, Florida. Becoming a marine biologist is very important to Bjornson, but she also would like to write for a magazine when she grows up. “With whatever I end up doing, I just want to make a difference some way,” Bjornson said. With her drive to improve the world’s conflict, she is going to be a news editor who will always be dedicated to her work.

 

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