Lucy Dustman
Born in Cincinnati, Ohio, Lucy Dustman is a new student at Seabury Hall, joining the class of 2019. From Ohio to China to Maui, Lucy has traveled the world with her family, which helps her bring a new and international perspective to Seabury's community. Her love for art and humanities shines through her work and have become passions that she would like to pursue in the future. Before coming to Seabury, Dustman studied in Qingdao, China for two years to get an international experience with her family. Being in China gave Dustman a new outlook on the world, and she now has a deep love for traveling and helping the communities around her. From having visited a variety of countries, Dustman finds Cambodia, Vietnam, and Bali to be her favorite places among her travels. Dustman is also the manager for Seabury's girls volleyball team and spends a lot of her time taking notes and keeping track of all of the athletes. When she is not in class, Dustman is probably reading a book, listening to jazz music, or watching “Black-ish” with her family.

Lucy Dustman, Staff Writer

Dec 04, 2017
Film Review: ‘Wonder’ inspires viewers to take off their helmets and open their eyes (Story)
Nov 10, 2017
Opinion: Flip a switch to shine a light on malnutrition (Story)
Oct 06, 2017
Holoholo Bookmobile visits Seabury Hall to spread a love for books and reading (Story/Media)
Sep 25, 2017
Seabury Hall welcomes traveler and dreamer Ms. Kamera Lang (Story)
Sep 25, 2017
New math teacher Mr. Nicholas Marchio backflips his way into the Seabury Hall community. (Media)
Lucy Dustman