The Wildcat

Eleanor Wassman
Sophomore Eleanor Wassman is in her first year of writing for The Wildcat, but she’s most excited about developing her photography skills.

Wassman is involved in journalism, FFA, and pep club. In her free time she enjoys shooting trap, fishing, singing, and participating in FFA.

Wassman’s biggest accomplishment is when she rescued a hawk from a traffic accident. The hawk is now at the St. Louis bird sanctuary, and serves as a staple reason for why she wanted to be a conservation agent as a kid. Now, Wassman is considering pursuing a field in either criminal justice or neurology.

“My mom has a seizure disorder and it has something to do with her brain, but they dont know whats wrong. If I could somehow figure that out through the field of neurology and help someone else in a similar disposition, I figure I’d be doing something right,” Wassman said.

Eleanor Wassman, Staff writer

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