Student spotlight
By Brad Tinker
PictureSenior Darrin Robinson (Credit: Brad Tinker)
Q: If you could go back in history, what person would you like to meet and why?

A: ”Wilt Chamberlin, because he has the record for the most points in a single NBA game.”

Q: Who in your life has influenced you the most? How did they do it?

A: “My brother, he was a star athlete in high school, is a senior in college, and has his life set.”


PictureJunior Marcus Stevens (Credit: Brad Tinker)
Q: If you could go back in history, what person would you like to meet and why?

A:” I would want to meet Jackie Robinson, because he was a great inspiration for African American baseball players.”

Q: Who in your life has influenced you the most? How did they do it?

A: “My father, Marcus.  He is a hardworking man.”


PictureSophomore Maurice Watson (Credit: Brad Tinker)
Q: If you could go back in history, what person would you like to meet and why?

A: “Martin Luther King, because without him black and white people would not get along. It would be like back in the day.”

Q: Who in your life has influenced you the most? How did they do it?

A: “My mom, Christy. She influenced me because she gets me prepared for the real world and tells me how tough it will be, she basically wants me to be successful.”


PictureFreshman Paul LePage (Credit: Brad Tinker)
Q: If you could go back in history, what person would you like to meet and why?

A: “Thomas Edison, so I could see how he created the light bulb, and those who helped him.”

Q: Who in your life has influenced you the most? How did they do it?

A: “My mom, she taught me the basic ways to study, oversaw my homework, and told me what to do to pass my grade.”


 


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darrin robinson
09/23/2013 9:16am

good job

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Makenna Hammer
09/23/2013 9:24am

Great story, very interesting!

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Tre'Shon Charles
09/23/2013 9:26am

good questions

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Allison Burke
09/23/2013 9:27am

I like the history question.

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Savannah
09/23/2013 9:37am

aw! guys and there moms. nice ?s

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