By: Delia Geyer/Content Editor
“Immigrants: We get the job done.” –Hamilton
Jessica Marvin-Romero plans on attending a university to study some combination of English, theatre, and dance. She plans to write for her school’s paper, participate in a Latino/Hispanic activism club, and participate in theatre and dance.
Marvin-Romero has been dancing for 10 years and had been participating in theatre since she was 11. She is a member of the National Honor Society and has done journalism in both her sophomore and senior year. This year, she is the Co-editor in Chief for the Raider Reader.
When asked what she thinks the next few years will be like compared to high school, Marvin-Romero says, “I’m expecting to need to be way more independent.”
If she could have her dream job, Marvin-Romero says she would want to do, “literally everything.” Her dream is to be able to write, choreograph, and dance until she dies (while also making a living).
The advice Marvin-Romero has for underclassmen is, “Do your work, be kind to yourself, and DO THEATRE.”
Delia Geyer is a 12th grade, second year journalism student. Her favorite pastimes include playing the violin and the clarinet, and hanging out with her two dogs Beezer and Roger.