Journalism, Culture and Society
Godspeed in your next chapter of graduate school. You will be an excellent high school English and journalism teacher and mentor. We are grateful for your time learning and doing with us in JCS and EST.
— Prof. Paul Glader
- Editorial Intern at Brooklyn Paper
- Editor-in-Chief of the Empire State Tribune (2020-2021)
- WEEKLY Editor (2021-2022)
- Staff Writer (2019-2020)
- House of Sojourner Truth Chamberlain
- The King’s College Presidential Scholarship recipient
- Student Ambassador
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Notes for Meg
Meg, it was great to have you in my literature classes — even though, thanks to Covid, I only saw you on a screen. Congratulations, and best of luck in your future!
Meg – I will never forget your warmth and steadiness when I first met you as a freshman. You inspired me to be a source of support for others, so thank you for being such a lovely human being. Miss you!
Meg I’ll never forget what a wonderful friend you were to me as a freshman. I’m someone who likes to appear like I’ve got it all together but that year you helped me through more than you know. I hope you’re doing well and I wish you the best!
Congrats on your graduation! You were so integral to EST last year and helped me grow in my journalism experience so much.
I’ve only known of one other Capone (the Chicago bootlegger), and you’re way more impressive.
You know I have to hop on her and say YES MAAM!! So proud of you Meg. I’ll never forget our time together, and the trauma we faced lol as exec member together. Love you forever and always and so so proud of you💛
MEG!!!!! I’m so so proud of you! I’m lucky to know you and I can’t wait to explore more of the world together! Congrats!! 🙂
Love you forever!
Meg Nog! Hope to see you in-person for graduation. I am so thankful for our conversations, Wegmans runs, and Godfather-marathons.
My girl, Meg!! You are patient. You are kind. And you are comedic relief. “Did you read my freaking journal?!” I’ll forever cherish those hours in exec meetings, running through highs and lows (ugh) and girl updates. You are wise beyond your years, and I have no doubt God has big plans for you. Love you!
I’m going to miss you and Mabel on the computer screen!! But I am seriously so proud of you and cannot wait to see all that you do in this new season. Thank you for being an incredibly chamberlain my freshman year and just an amazing person in general!