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Meghan Krapp

Meghan Krapp, Editor-In-Chief

Say hello to Meghan Krapp! She is a three-year Hawk Eye staff member in her senior year here at BPHS and an absolute powerhouse at that! She has a total of 31 published articles and has been awarded three Best of SNO awards. 

Without further ado, let’s learn a little bit more about who Meghan Krapp is.

If you don’t see Meghan in the hallways at BPHS, you can most likely find her working at Hallmark, taking a stroll in one of our community’s parks, or curled up on the couch watching her favorite movie, Pride and Prejudice

Her favorite season is fall because it’s “not too hot or too cold and it just always has good vibes.” On a cool October morning, Meghan is probably outside with a blanket reading The Song of Achilles or playing with her two dogs Libby and Justice.

Two of her biggest achievements are captain of the varsity lacrosse team and editor-in-chief of Hawk Eye, both her junior and senior years.

On top of this, Meghan has even more to accomplish this year. She aspires to “bring more attention to the sports teams (especially girls lacrosse) and to the extraordinary students that attend BPHS.” 

She always wears converse and has a secret love for the Glee soundtrack.

In terms of the future, Meghan stated, “I plan to either major in education, journalism, or marketing, and I want to go to a college close by. My number one choice is Duquesne.” 

Her wanting to further her education close to home makes sense as her biggest inspiration is her mom. When describing her, Meghan said: “She is legally blind but she still does things that normally sighted people do. She is the strongest and bravest woman I know.”

If you want to see more of Meghan, look out for new upcoming articles from this senior journalist in the next few weeks of school!

Written by: Sydney Edwards, Staff Writer

All content by Meghan Krapp
A face paint recreation of The Scream by Edvard Munch.

Student-artist makes up her own future

Meghan Krapp, Editor-In-Chief
November 16, 2022
The new Bean and Berry logo designed by students Joie Sprandle, Abby Griffith, and Anastacia Antonucci.

The Bean and Berry is back again

Meghan Krapp, Editor-In-Chief
September 22, 2022
Students learn from Mr. K how to fly drones during a L.E.A.D. session on Sept. 14.

[PHOTO] L.E.A.D. sessions are back!

Sydney Edwards, Staff Writer
September 22, 2022
BP DECA students pose outside the Mercedes-Benz stadium in Atlanta, Ga.

DECA went down to Georgia

Meghan Krapp, Editor-In-Chief
May 5, 2022
Tori Krapp wins the draw during the girls lacrosse game against Latrobe on April 6, 2021.

Girls lacrosse off to hot start

Meghan Krapp, Editor-In-Chief
April 3, 2022
Students are all smiles as they wait for the parade to make its way onto Black Hawk Dr.

Photo Album: Homecoming Parade (9/10/21)

Meghan Krapp, Staff Writer, Photographer
September 21, 2021
Olivia Massari is this weeks Student Spotlight.

Student Spotlight: Olivia Massari

Meghan Krapp, Staff Writer
February 28, 2021
Mrs. Smoller is this weeks Faculty Spotlight.

Faculty Spotlight: Mrs. Smoller

Meghan Krapp, Staff Writer
January 12, 2021
Athlete Spotlight: Chloe McDaniel

Athlete Spotlight: Chloe McDaniel

Meghan Krapp, Staff Writer
November 2, 2020
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