Not pictured: trash wall
Pinnacle...? I haven’t heard that name in years. #msd2019
Such a great way to end my final year of cappies and high school as a whole. So proud of the work of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time and all my other amazing, award-winning friends. Mostly thank you to Ed Boone for teaching me so much about life. (Also @lilmanlogy and @sawyerrayne won too!!! so cool.)
I guess we forgot to take a “normal” prom pic, huh?
Be ready for us #psu2023
A group of very happy COMMITTED students
I always thought Juliet and Mercutio looked good together....
I’m so excited to announce that after a long year of so many ups and downs, I am committing to Penn State University!!! I will be studying musical theatre as well as political science and public policy. WE ARE!! 💙💙 #wheresmymerch #psu2023
A year ago today, millions of young people from around the world participated in the #MarchForOurLives and since then, haven’t stopped. Thank you for keeping up the fight because together, we can, we must, and we will end gun violence.
Last states, best states
Forget the superiors, I got a picture with Jared Block!
Last year, we wanted to make our voice heard in Congress following February 14th. We wanted to tell our stories, share our thoughts, and hopefully make change. A year later, the passing of H.R 8 and H.R 1112 through the house shows the impact our voices had on these lawmakers. The fight is not over yet though—text Senate to 954-954 and encourage your senators to pass S.42, ensuring background checks on all gun sales. Together, we can #EndGunViolence
It is with great sadness that we say goodbye to my beautiful Bubbe after 105 amazing years of life. She taught me so much about the joys of life and surrounded everyone with love and kindness. She is in a better place now though ❤️
Proud to have spoken at Miami University in Ohio earlier this week as part of their lecture series. It was great seeing the number of young people that turned out, energized to continue the fight for gun violence prevention!
A year ago today, everything changed. Let me tell you a little bit about 2/14/18, from my perspective. At around 2:34 PM, the fire alarm went off. It was weird because we had a fire drill earlier that day. We were waiting in the classroom and a few minutes went by until I had just started walking outside because the alarm hadn’t stopped. Walking out of those doors, I took just a few steps. That’s when I heard the first gunshots. At 2:39 PM, I was in the closet of my drama room, sending what I thought would be my final goodbye texts to family and friends. Around 4:30, the police escorted us out of our classroom. This scenario is America. Everyday life for students has now become permanently scarred with active shooter and code red drills. 2/14/18 wasn’t a drill though. A year later, we’ve proven that we are stronger as a community and we can come together and fight this issue. Forever #msdstrong
Alexa, play “Best Friend” by Rex Orange County.
Today, #HR8 was introduced in the House of Representatives. This is the first real piece of gun violence prevention legislation we have seen in years. After all the hard work of countless young people, we are seeing our efforts finally pay off. Here’s to saving lives.
Thankful for the fam