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My phone vibrates in my pocket. It is a Facebook message. The message reads, “Topics emails are due tonight!” I gasped and quickly replied to my co-editor. We agree to meet at the Bathhouse later that day to write the email. Sipping on coffee while talking about American politics, we come up with two pages full of article ideas with descriptions and article links. A few years ago, I never would have imagined being on the board of The First Amendment (TFA), the School’s political opinions magazine. I started off as a casual writer but never expected to be more.
A lot of kids think that coming to Lawrenceville means giving up certain activities due to the busy schedule. One thing I didn’t even think of when applying was the multitude of resources the School offers to everyone. Before coming to Lawrenceville, I took voice lessons once a week. I thought this would cease after making the move, but little did I know about Lawrenceville’s massive private lesson program! I talked with my voice teacher, Sherrill Ducharme, about the program, her credentials, and more.
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