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Central students recognize International Women’s Day 2018

In honor of International Women's Day, the Central Times asked students to share something about a female in their life who is an inspiration. Click on the link below to see the full interactive.

Riddhi Andurkar, Managing Editor

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Riddhi Andurkar, Managing Editor, Features Columnist
Riddhi Andurkar is a senior and it is her second year on the Central Times Editorial Board. She is the Managing Editor and Features Columnist. Outside of school, Riddhi enjoys reading and she loves music. She has been pursuing three forms of music from a young age. Riddhi loves science and loves to write. She plans to pursue science journalism in the future.

 

"Your voice can change the world." ~Barack Obama

 

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One Response to “Central students recognize International Women’s Day 2018”

  1. Angelina Lee on April 11th, 2018 1:20 am

    I literally love this so much. Also love the personal touch that inevitably comes out when talking about life role models. What an amazing prompt!! <333

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