Emma is a sophomore from Staten Island, NY, majoring in Classical Studies at Seton Hall University. She is also editor of Seton Hall's Catholic student journal and a runner on its Cross Country track team.
Emma hopes through her writing to draw hearts and minds to the universal dignity of human life, and that the world may come to recognize this same truth and beauty in the pro-life movement. When not writing or running, Emma can be found reading old books and coming up with new baking recipes.
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