Wednesday, April 1, 2020

Senior Feature: Delia Geyer

By: Li Ling Lee/Co-editor in Chief

“It is up to you to see the beauty of everyday things.” -Anonymous

Content editor of the Raider Reader, Delia Geyer, plans to go to college to further her education. While in college, she plans to participate in some type of orchestra club and student government club.

In the years following high school, Geyer anticipates the next few years will be different and scary at first, while also having an increase in work. In an alternate universe, her dream job would to be a dancer, but in reality, she would be a lawyer. She would also love to just be with animals all day, so any job that allows her to do so, she would be for.

Throughout her high school career, Geyer has participated in National Honor Society (NHS), Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS), ski club, chorus, band, cheerleading, volleyball, track, and was also the manager for the cross country team.

To the underclassmen, Geyer says, “Just be yourself and don’t waste time with people you don’t want to be around. Work hard, it pays off.”

Li Ling Lee
Li Ling Lee is a Blue Ridge senior who believes that everyone should be proud to embrace their own differences. She may be insecure, but she continues to get by alright. #PraisinTheAsian

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