Sunday, January 26, 2020

Senior Feature: Savannah Glover

By: Morgan Mansfield/Co-Editor in Chief

“Don’t stop until you’re proud.”

Savannah Glover is finally a senior, and despite being nervous about leaving familiar faces, she is excited for the new experiences she will encounter.

Although her dream job would be a “rich social media influencer,” Glover plans to obtain a Bachelors degree to pursue a career in business.  However, she is unsure of which school she will attend.

Throughout high school, Savannah has participated in Band, Softball, Basketball, and is a currently Co-Social Media Director of the Raider Reader.  She plans to continue playing softball throughout her college career.

Glover would like to leave the underclassmen the following advice, “Putting in effort makes school a lot easier.  Don’t take high school for granted.”

Morgan Mansfield
Morgan Mansfield is a third year journalism student, taking on her senior year of high school.  She spends most of her free time singing, playing, or writing music.  Fascinated by the human mind, Morgan plans to obtain a degree in Clinical Psychology and become a therapist to help people work through their troubles.

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