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Riley Williamson
Junior Riley Williamson, former 21st Century Journalism student, is the definition of an epic comeback. After taking time to fulfill her other aspirations, such as soccer, she has returned to Manhattan High journalism for the 2018-2019 academic school year.

Williamson’s decision to return to publications on the Blue M yearbook staff was prompted by encouragement from a publications recruitment letter and memories of her time in the introductory class. She is excited to learn more about the design process and be a member of the team.

Her hobbies outside of school include volunteering with her church, being an active member of her youth group, and playing soccer for both school and travelling teams. She also likes to read in her spare time and, just like every person, hang out with her friends.

While she does not yet know what she wants to study, Williamson’s post-secondary goals are to follow in her family’s footsteps and attend college at Mississippi State University.

“I’m just looking forward to seeing the design process of the yearbook and being a part of [the yearbook],” Williamson said.

Riley Williamson, Staff Writer

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