Young Achiever: Pauline 'Polly' Clarchick
Pauline Clarchick, 18, of Avella was selected by the Class of 2017 to represent the freshmen on Marietta College's Student Senate during the 2013-14 academic year.
Family: Parents Lynn and John Clarchick; sister, Victoria, 15
School: Freshman at Marietta College in Ohio
Hobbies/interests: Clarchick majors in petroleum engineering, plays the clarinet in the Marietta College Symphonic Band and volunteers at the Ely Chapman Education Foundation in Marietta, where she teaches about energy resources at an after-school program. She is treasurer of Marietta Hall and a member of Sigma Kappa sorority, the Physics Club and the Society for Petroleum Engineers.
Noteworthy: The Class of 2017 elected Clarchick to represent them on Marietta College's Student Senate for this school year. She serves on the committee for the senate's constitution and bylaws.
Quote: “I want to be able to be a voice for the people in my class, along with knowing what's going on and letting others know what's going on.”
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