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Talley Schroeder

Talley Schroeder, Staff Reporter

Talley Schroeder is the design editor for the newspaper. She is a senior and this is her second year on the Crossed Sabres staff. She is on the Washington-Liberty crew team and has played soccer since she was 7, but also has always had a passion for art and writing as well. She is in the school's IB Film class and always loves to talk about movies and art in general. She is in Model General Assembly and the Outdoor Club at W-L, and loves to be politically educated and active. She loves to debate and explore new topics. Over everything, she loves to help people, and seeks to give a voice to those who need it. She wants to major in film in college, but knows she will probably be one of those people who change their major 6 times before graduating. For now, she’s focused on exploring all her options, and having the most fun she can along the way.

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Outdoor Club members sit on a rock overlooking the Blue Ridge Mountains on Sugarloaf Mountain, Maryland. Hiking Sugarloaf was the clubs first outdoor activity.

The great outdoors

Talley Schroeder, Design Editor
April 24, 2020
Senior Aidan Wrenn-Walz talks with a group of elementary school kids from Kitakata City, Fukushima, the host city for the U.S. for the upcoming 2020 Olympic Games. The US team had the opportunity to row with the kids in a cultural exchange event. “I still keep in contact with one of the girls via email and I hope to visit again someday.” Wrenn-Walz said.

Making waves

Talley Schroeder, Design Editor
January 23, 2020
Senior Sarah Shaw works on the lights along the catwalk during a rehearsal. Shaw is the head of the lights department.

Behind the curtains

Talley Schroeder, Design Editor
January 20, 2020

Tall Girl falls short

Talley Schroeder, Design Editor
October 16, 2019
Senior Lucy Pappa snaps a picture of herself at Planet Fitness. Pappa is apart of Planet Fitness’ summer teen program.

Beaches and benches

Talley Schroeder, Design Editor
October 9, 2019
A “Keep the Name the Same” sign in a front yard taken by junior Bess Golkin. Several members of the community have placed the sign in their own yards in response to the name change decision.

To Lee or not to Lee

Talley Schroeder, Staff Reporter
December 4, 2018
Junior Aidan Wrenn-Walz sits at the finish line dock with the first varsity boat, holding her second place medal at the States championship. The States championship is what rowers at the school spend most of the season preparing for.

Leading the Crew

Talley Schroeder , Staff Reporter
November 18, 2018
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