Megan Sievers, a senior mathematics education major from Palmyra, Wis., has been working at the Todd Wehr Memorial Library for all four years of her college career. She is headed to Korea this July where she will be teaching. In the future, she hopes to complete many service trips like the one she was on earlier this year in Haiti, and she would like to achieve her third grade dream of living in a hole in Australia. Her hobbies include reading, cross stitching, crocheting, volunteering, and attending protests. When asked about Megan, Liz Bass said, “After four years at the library, Megan could run the place on her own! She has become our expert on reserves, and has worked hard to improve the reserves process. Megan is a bright, shining spirit who brings levity, intelligence, curiosity, and a conscientious work ethic to the library, and her lively presence will be missed when she graduates.” Megan’s favorite aspect of working at the library is the quiet atmosphere and her lovely boss, Liz Bass. Megan recalls a rather crazy, frightening story of years past when a man tried to stay in the library after hours, and security had to be called to remove him. Her favorite book is A Separate Peace by John Knowles. Megan’s bubbly personality and always smiling face will truly be missed next year.
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