Kathleen Lonski can’t remember when there wasn’t a song on her lips.
“I was always singing,” said the Mason Gross sophomore, a double major in music composition and music education. “When I was little, my family drove to South Carolina one year and I sang ‘Part of Your World’ from ‘The Little Mermaid’ for 13 hours straight.”
By 14 Lonski was following in the footsteps of her idol, Taylor Swift, writing and singing pop songs of her own, including the anti-bullying ballad “Don’t Let Them In,” which won the Social Justice Music Award at Elfenwork’s 2016 Campus MovieFest.
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Source: Rutgers Today