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Rachel Treisman

Rachel Treisman, Web Features Editor

Since the time that she could remember, Rachel Treisman ’15 always loved reading and writing. And with a long list of titles read, she kept track of her favorite words that she found in books. Inklings was always something that Treisman ’15 wanted to be a part of. After stopping involvement in sports when she was younger she had a desire to be part of a team.

“I always tried to be involved but didn’t know I had to take the Intro to Journalism,” said Treisman ’15 “I tried to make graphics and help out in other ways but there was not much I could do”

So, she signed up to take the Introduction course her sophomore year and then became a staff writer last year.

Aside from her role as the Web Features Editor for Inklings and keeping her portfolio full of stories, Treisman also has found the time to start and lead the Circle of Women Club at Staples. A club that helps raise money and awareness to send girls in developing countries to school.

Treisman has been involved in the organization for a few years now, following her fundraising for her Bat Mitzvah project.

“I was trying to think of a project and my dad asked me what I was thankful for,” said Treisman ’15 “And the big thing that I could think of, was school.”

And now, she can add Inklings to her list of things to be thankful for and proud of.


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