By: Delia Geyer/Content Editor
“… even if we don’t have the power to choose where we come from, we can still choose where we go from there.”
-Stephen Chbosky, The Perks of Being a Wallflower
Li Ling Lee plans to go to college to major in Communications and minor in Digital Communication and New Media. She plans to participate in her future school’s media or newspaper club, dance, and some sort of Asian-American organization. Although she isn’t really sure about what her dream job would be, she knows that she would want to work for some sort of media company or magazine organization one day.
Throughout high school, Lee has participated in Students Against Destructive Decisions (SADD), National Honor Society (NHS), and is in her thirteenth year of dance. She is the Co-editor in Chief and Layout Editor for the Raider Reader and is on the costume team and stage crew for the school musicals.
Compared to high school, Lee anticipates that the next few years will be stressful, but well worth it “as we are all trying to find our paths in life.”
To underclassmen, she says, “Cherish the times when life is slow, whether it be due to a change in sport seasons, or no pressing homework. Life moves at a fast pace. The slow times of high school won’t always last.”
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.