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Tower Talk Show, Ep. 3: Learning More Knowledge Over The Summer


On this week’s episode of Tower Talk Show, host Elizabeth Peberdy ’24 sits down to discuss the importance of learning over the summer. Students will discuss what they learned and how that impacted them.
Edited by Morgan Payne ’24, the Tower is proud to welcome a new episode of the Tower Talk Show, where we, the students, discuss the policies and agendas that affect us and covering topics that are important to students. For more podcasts, check out Devils in the Details or The Tower Talk Show, both posted on the Tower Pulse.

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Elizabeth Peberdy '24, Page Editor
Elizabeth Peberdy ’24 is a full-time athlete and journalist, committing her days to rowing, running and page editing for the Tower. Building countless friendships through each activity, she enjoys being involved in her community. That's why this year on Tower, she is most excited about meeting all the new staffers and working with new people. Elizabeth is a second year page editor, a job she loves because she gets to “do my weekly designing of pages, but I’ve also had the ability to write stories and do social media at the same time.” She believes this job gives her “a really good balance of everything,” including participating in multiple tower activities, such as It’s annual holiday party. It’s clear that Elizabeth’s passion for journalism drives her to success inside and outside of the classroom, and she is a valuable member of the Tower community.
Natalie Lemmen '24, Web Editor
Natalie Lemmen ’24 is your outstanding, creative-minded Tower student who has a keen eye for editing and photography. Lemmen is a third-year staffer who is taking on the role of a web editor this year. Lemmen lives a very involved and motivated life within Grosse Pointe South and is an active member of the Yearbook staff where she enjoys, “making a book of memories that people adore looking back on.” Lemmen joined Tower her freshman year to make connections with upperclassmen and her peers and have a creative outlet, and she has done just that by pursuing editing in Tower and photography in the yearbook. Creative and kind, Lemmen hopes to pass on her influence to the younger generation of Tower.

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