Year of Graduation:2016


If you could invite any three people (fictitious or real), from any place or time, to dinner, whom would you invite?:

I would invite Abraham Lincoln, Charles Darwin, and van Gogh to dinner because I think they would all have very interesting things to share. This is kind of an impossible question to answer, but those are three off the top of my head.



If you were alone for one month and could only bring one book, one movie, and one piece of music, what would you bring?:

I would bring the Bible, my ukulele, and probably How the Grinch Stole Christmas, to be honest.



What's the best thing you do that almost no one knows about?:

Well something I do really well is find four leaf clovers, but I think a lot of people know about that. There isn't anything very extraordinary that I can do that no one knows about.



What makes WUHSMS a special place? Can you name a memorable and lasting experience?:

Any place can be made special by the people who occupy it. I find that even though my class of 2016 is the biggest, with many different kinds of people, I think that's what makes it so great. Different people have different perspectives on our class, but what I see is a group of people can sometimes be exclusive but really when it comes to just wanting to have fun, we let anyone join in because that's where the fun comes from.



What sports and/or co-curriculars do you participate in?:

Soccer, nordic skiing, lacrosse



What goals do you have for your future? Where do you see yourself 5 years from now? 10 years from now?

I hope to attend a college that I fit into, and in 5 years, I'm not sure. I see myself either earning a lot of money doing something that I might be a little bored with, or not earning that much money but doing a job that is so fun, like taking care of the environment in some way. The ideal situation, of course, would be to have a job that I can support myself and a future family with, and one that I look forward to every day.



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