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Kylie Cohen ’20 searches for a community wherever she goes. Cohen found her first community she could call home when she first started n attending Pine Forest Camp, a sleep-away camp in Pennsylvania. After a decade of summer fun, Cohen graduated from camper to counselor this past summer. She credits her enjoyment of camp to the close friendships she’s found there, calling her fellow campers her ‘sisters’.

This dedication to her friends is what led her to Inklings, as she joined the class on recommendation from a friend. 

“My friends told me it was a fun way to get involved in the school,” Cohen said. She plans to bring her passion for involvement and community to her writing.


, Staff Writer

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