Megan Pauly is a senior at Wichita State University, where she is majoring in International Business and Marketing with a minor in Economics. She plans to attend graduate school in journalism upon graduation.
Megan worked as a reporter and editor at Sunflower News for two years. Prior to her experience at the Sunflower, she studied abroad in Austria. Traveling is among Megan’s interests, as well as running, reading, language, singing, art, science, and—of course—writing and reporting.
Megan is excited to join the KMUW staff as a news intern and is looking forward to learning how to write for broadcast.
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