The AMSA Voice

Meaghan McDonald

Meaghan McDonald, Photo editor

Meaghan is a senior who is writing for The AMSA Voice for the first time. She hopes to write many articles to further the public’s understanding of what is happening both at AMSA and in the world. She is part of AMSA’s Junior Classical League, for which she previously served as an officer, and now enjoys being a casual member, allowing her to explore her passion for the classics.

Meaghan also plays volleyball for a club team based in Clinton; she plays both outside and right side hitter. She has also competed as part of AMSA’s junior varsity and varsity teams. In her free time, she enjoys writing creatively, particularly fiction. She looks forward to the challenge of journalistic writing as opposed to her usual style.

Not only does she enjoy writing, but Meaghan also tends to draw or play guitar. She can often be found at Keith’s Music House in Boylston, where she works and also takes guitar lessons. 

Meaghan intends to major in criminal justice, hopefully continuing her education to become a lawyer.

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