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Brooke Strickler

Imagine yourself living in a beautiful house in Montana with a nice family. Well, for Brooke Strickler, she has already imagined it. She hopes for that to be her future, and she hopes for a stable job in photojournalism. As she thinks about her future, she reflects on being a senior. Brooke feels as if the worst thing about being a senior is knowing that it is ending soon, and also that she feels like she has to figure out a bunch of huge life decisions in a matter of a couple months and the unknown of what will happen after highschool. Brooke feels that high school prepares us for the education aspect of college, but not so much in the independence and self accountability aspect.

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