Who are you rooting for in the upcoming presidential election?
Riley Sandler ’20: I don’t know, I think they’re all bad. Bernie Sanders is the most genuine of all the candidates. He really feels compassion for America, but I don’t think that he would really get anything done.
What time did you go to bed last night?
Immi Shearmur ’20: I don’t remember, around 8:30.
Allison Muhlheim ’19: 12, because I was watching TV.
Tess Inderbitzin ’21: Oh, well I don’t recommend this, but I went to bed at 12:30 last night because I had trouble falling asleep.
How do you cope with stress?
Olivia Wolff ’19: I do a lot of extracurricular activities; that includes sports, theater, and stuff like that. When I do them it’s like a stress outlet, so when I come back to school the next day or when I do my homework, I’m relieved of all the tension and stress because I put it all out into the work I had done outside of school.
Lily Langos ’20: I’m honestly not the good at coping with stress. I just curl into a ball sometimes and cry.
Anika Vishwanath ’21 (left) and Jalen Fein ’21 (right)
Anika Vishwanath ’21: Usually I just try to ignore it. Sometimes I cry, sometimes I sleep, sometimes I watch Netflix, and sometimes I listen to music.
Jalen Fein ’21: I procrastinate a lot and I won’t stop stressing out until it’s done so I have to get it done and sometimes I’ll cry.
Kelsey Franklin ’19: I try to get all my work done as soon as I can because if I don’t I freak out. I try to do the homework that takes the longest while I’m at school so I don’t have to stress about it when I’m at home, especially math homework.
What components have you added to your uniform to make it stand out?
Miranda Simon ’20: I, of course, wear my assortment of bracelets and I also always sport my over-the-shoulder phone bag.