Aquila

Alexandra Rozmarin
Sophomore Alexandra Rozmarin enters her second year in Aquila with the title of Co-Editor-in-Chief, making her one of the youngest EICs in the history of the school publication. With loads of talent, tenacity and ambition, a quality she finds attractive in others, Rozmarin hopes to be remembered fondly by those who are lucky enough to cross paths with her and to make a social or academic accomplishment in any field she decides to pursue after college. “We are just an advanced breed of monkeys on a minor planet of a very average star, but we understand the universe, and that makes us very special” are words spoken by Stephen Hawking that Rozmarin resonates with, reminding her of not only the strength and grace of humanity but also in herself. When she is not out searching for interviews or writing articles daily, Rozmarin finds herself reading, cooking or playing volleyball for either UPA or a club team, depending on the season. If not doing her hobbies, Rozmarin hopes to pursue other passions such as learning how to code Python for the third time. Before she finds her life slowing down to a family or job, Rozmarin aspires to discover more of the ‘minor planet’ Hawking spoke of and hopes that the foster care system and orphanages of the world gain more media attention for the faulted system.

Alexandra Rozmarin, Co-Editor-in-Chief

Sep 23, 2019
“Lover” or Hate: Taylor Swift’s Newest Album (Story)
Sep 06, 2019
From High School to College to High School (Story)
Aug 30, 2019
Just Grab and Go (Story/Media)
Apr 12, 2019
The Classic Rock Algorithm (Story)
Mar 11, 2019
It’s Not About the Name (Story)
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Alexandra Rozmarin