Wolf's Print

Christopher Lessler
Christopher Lessler has always had a passion for reading. He has likely read hundreds of books, but to him, reading is more than solely a pleasure; reading helps with his writing skills, as well. He started writing for Wolf’s Print in the final quarter of the 2019-20 school year, and he is continuing to do so for this year with plans to continue for the following two years, as well. If you would like to contact Christopher, just email him at [email protected]. And yes, he does check his email often.

Christopher started reading at an extremely early age, and while he cannot remember most of the books that he read around that time, he does remember the Magic Treehouse series. Or at least, he remembers the name of the series; please do not ask him about any of the books’ plots.

At this time, Christopher began his work in writing at his combined elementary and middle school, Pardes. There, he participated in the school’s somewhat informal journalism team for three semesters, and he also worked on a Nanowrimo project for his seventh grade humanities class, though he did not end up submitting any stories or segments thereof.

Eventually, he left Pardes and joined DM's International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program. As of right now, he is still in the program and for some reason plans to join the Diploma Program for his final two years of high school.

After being at Desert Mountain for more than a whole semester with only one extracurricular activity (Key Club), he decided to join Wolf’s Print to both occupy his time and to share his writing with the school.

Once he graduates from Desert Mountain, Christopher hopes to attend college. Somewhere. He has not really figured out where, though. Some current contenders include Rice, which he has visited, Emory, and Pepperdine. He hopes to study patent law, urban planning, or perhaps professional journalism before quite possibly moving abroad. The Netherlands (excluding Rotterdam, because reasons) is one of the places that he is considering, though this is not set in stone.

Other than that, he has no idea what his future will look like; however, he does know of his plans for the remainder of high school, and one of those plans is to remain here at Wolf's Print and continue writing for this fabulous newspaper.

Christopher Lessler, Staff

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