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  • Carrie Kirchgessner '21: 1. I have two dogs. 2. I have 30 first cousins. 3. My favorite place that I’ve been is Colorado (it is also the farthest). 4. My favorite food is anything with potatoes. 5. I have cracked my head open twice.

    PHOTOGRAPHER: Halsey Smith

  • Anthony Caprara '19: 1. I have three french bulldogs. 2. I don’t live in East Grand Rapids. 3. My face was painted on the side of a building for an art prize exhibit. 4. I played the cello until 11th grade 5. I had a job at the vet over the summer.

    PHOTOGRAPHER: Halsey Smith

  • Grace Griemsman '20: 1. I’ve watched The Crown 10 times. 2. I plan to become an astronaut when I grow up. 3. My neighbor owns Yesterdog. 4. I have over 15 posters of Corgis hanging up in my room 5. I had every color croc in elementary school.

    PHOTOGRAPHER: Halsey Smith

  • Adam Horos: 1. When I was in high school I worked at Wendy’s making the best fast food burgers around. 2. I lived in Japan and taught English in college. 3. I am now a key member of Mr. Sirois’ trivia team. 4. I once kayaked 36 miles (without a break) while my wife competed in a swimming race beside me. 5. I like cars and I think Grace G’s car (Felix the Fiesta) is pretty sweet.

    PHOTOGRAPHER: Halsey Smith

  • Rachel Strauss ‘20: 1. I like to travel. 2. My favorite food is tacos. 3. My mom once cooked for Ronald Reagan. 4. I break dance. 5. My favorite TV show is “Dexter”.

  • 1. In 2013 I joined an all girls sports team. 2. I have some oddly placed scars. 3. I voice acted in a Korean anime. 4. I binge watched all 840 episodes of Naruto. 5. My hands are very small compared to the size of my body.

  • Sophie Forstner ‘20: 1) I don’t like chocolate and peanut butter. 2) I used to play hockey. 3) I have a dog named Alex the Rocket. 4) I have never eaten a burger. 5) My favorite candy is the right Twix.

  • Q: Do you believe that all people who are eligible to vote should and why? A: I think that all people who are who are eligible to vote and who care about what happens in the political spectrum should vote. And if they don't vote, they cannot complain about the outcome. - Jordan Plumstead '20

  • Q: Do you believe that all people who are eligible to vote should and why? A: Yes, I do believe that all people should vote if they are able to. The best way to maintain as many viewpoints as possible is to poll as many people as possible. - Mr. Albaugh

  • Q: Do you believe that all people who are eligible to vote should and why? A: Yes, all people should voice their opinions. If 18-year-olds have a strong opinion, they need to vote unless they are going to be dumb about it. - Isabella Bigler '22

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