Senior feature: Megan Curling

Harrison Hickman, Staff Writer

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If you have been at R.J. Reynolds for any amount of time, you have most likely heard the name Megan Curling.   

Curling is a senior at RJR, who is involved in many different clubs and leadership roles all around the school.

She is involved in a cappella, newspaper as well as Girls Council. Furthermore, Curling has made many connections with the arts at RJR.

As a member of the newspaper staff for three years, Curling has risen to the top, of the staff, occupying the highest position as editor-in-chief. Curling has excelled in this role throughout the last two years as she has facilitated a prosperous and robust newspaper.

In a cappella, Curling has moved up in the ranks and is now head social manager. She has been a member of a cappella since her sophomore year at RJR.

“A Capella has been a really big part of my high school experience. I’ve been a member of it and syncopate and held leadership roles the whole time,” Curling said.

In addition to all of these clubs and organizations, she was a member of the homecoming court her senior year.

“My most memorable moment was winning queen of compassion for homecoming. I raised 2,000 dollars for NC Special Olympics,” Curling said.

Curling has truly made her mark upon RJR in many valuable ways. Next year she will attend Elon University to continue her passion while studying journalism and education.