Introducing Our Journalism Seniors
As senior year goes by, many are scrambling to figure out their future plans after high school, but our seniors in journalism are set to go.
Starting with our editor, Layla Joseph, 17, plans on attending a university to major in secondary education for English and special education. Her dream is to move west and start a family with her former high school sweetheart.. Yikes.
Varsity middle hitter, Sophie Varndell, 17, has hopes of continuing her volleyball and academic career at Slippery Rock University. She plans to get a degree in psychology and become a forensic interviewer. She plans to be a hot mom in the future.
Maplewood’s varsity libero, Alma Richardson, better known as Danielle, 17, wants to become a 31 - Kilo Dog Handler in the U.S. army. She wants to get married and start a family with two youngsters running around.
Tayler Hoover, 17, plans to attend Clarion or Slippery Rock University to major in Business and psychology. Tayler plans to get married, have kids, and hopefully adopt others as well.
Varsity cheerleader, Kamala Widdowson, 17, has hopes of attending The Pittsburgh Art Institute for either Graphic or Fashion design and Photography. She hopes to continue her photography business, Expressions of Hope. She has hopes of getting married and starting a family.
Varsity midfielder for Maplewood’s soccer team, Kersten Nageotte (not pictured), 17, hopes to attend Slippery Rock University to become a social worker and get her bachelor's degree. She plans to get married, start a family, and have three little boys of her own.
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