Viveca Riley

Viveca Riley

Biography

Viveca Riley lives in New Jersey and was born in 1997.

•    Viveca's favorite school subjects are English and Latin.

•    She is a member of Glee Club, Drama Club, Stomp Club, jazz dance classes, and the volleyball, basketball, and softball teams.

•    In her spare time she likes to dance.

•    She's interested in a career in journalism or a job on the Supreme Court.

"Many people would dread the thought of getting extra homework to report about issues in their community, but to me it's a wonderful honor and opportunity. To be able to get the opportunity to report actual stories in my community would be an exciting and amazing experience."

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