Mari Pizzini

Mari Pizzini was born and raised in Helena, Montana. When her graduation from Helena High School came around, her mind was made up that the next best step for her was Morningside College. When making her decision, she decided Morningside was the school for her because the bowling program and the campus were both to her liking. Once accepted, Pizzini chose to double major in English, because of her love of reading, and Mass Communication, with her degree she aspires to land a job as either an editor or publisher.

Mari is an only child who enjoys spending her free time bowling, reading, 4wheeling, or traveling. In fact, this past summer Mari and her family were able to check “travel across all fifty states,” off of their list. One place she still has her sights on is Italy, she wishes to see the city and visit her family across the sea.

News Comment 1

For my first news comment, I decided to read an article from the NY Times titled “Military Transgender Ban to Begin Within 6 Months, Memo Says,” written by Julie Hirschfeld Davis. July of 2017, Donald Trump abruptly announced that Military Officials will be required to discharge¬†active transgender troops because he believes “Our military must be focused on decisive and overwhelming victory and cannot be burdened with the tremendous medical costs and disruption that transgender in the military would entail.”

The article was well written, gave plenty of details, and included multiple sources.


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