Senior Q&A: LAST NAMES C – D
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Senior Q&A: LAST NAMES C – D

Sara Cardemon
Sara Cardemon

Sara Cardemon

Q: Which class made the biggest impact on you? Why?

A: “I would say ceramics because it makes me see how much I love art.”

 

Q: What/ Who are you going to miss most from high school? Why?

A: “I’m going to miss my friends because I don’t think we are going to the same college and all of my teachers a lot. I’m just going to miss everybody.”

 

Q: Who was your favorite teacher in high school? Why?

A: “I would say Mr. Stevens. He was the French teacher. I feel he just went out of his way to help in any way he could. He was really kind to all of us.”

 

Q: What are your plans as far as college, trade school, military, or going straight into the workforce?

A: “I’m going to go to college, I’m not sure where yet, but I want to study graphic design.”

 

Q: Why do you want to do that?

A: “Ceramics taught me that I really like art, and in an age where technology is really growing. I think it’s good to have a degree that will be used for a computer.”

 

Q: What do you plan to do as an adult as far as your career?

A: “Once I start to see what graphic design is, I’ll see what to do afterwards.”

Anye'a Carter
Anye’a Carter

Anye’a Carter

Q: How do you think you’ve changed throughout high school?

A: “I have grown from trying to fit in to doing my own thing.”

 

Q: Who was your favorite teacher in high school? Why?

A: “Mrs. Hopkins because she makes sure you know the thing.”

 

Q: Where and what do you plan on studying?

A: “Chemistry and I’m going to Ball State.”

 

Q: What do you plan to do as an adult as far as your career?

A: “Open up a dental office.”

Logan Clanin
Logan Clanin

Logan Clanin

Q: What life skills did you learn in high school?

A: “How to manage my time, get work done, and work with my responsibilities.”

 

Q: What was your favorite year of high school? Why?

A: “Probably freshman year because everything was new and was easy.”

 

Q: Who was your favorite teacher in high school? Why?

A: “Mrs. Hopkins because she’s fun and energetic.”

 

Q: What are your plans as far as college, trade school, military, or going straight into the workforce?

A: “Go to college for criminal injustice.”

 

Q: Where do you plan on studying?

A: “Ball State.”

 

Q: Why do you want to do that?

A: “Just something I’ve been interested in my whole life.”

 

Q: What do you plan on doing as an adult as far as your career?

A: “Probably start a police officer work center.”

Evan Conley
Evan Conley

Evan Conley

Q: How do you think you’ve changed throughout high school?

A: “I feel like I’ve gotten more mature.”

 

Q: What/Who are you going to miss most from high school? Why?

A: “There are a couple teachers from Delta that I’m going to miss because they felt relatable and they just cared about me.”

 

Q: What is a piece of advice you’d give to underclassmen or incoming freshmen?

A: “Don’t wish it away because as soon as you do it will go by so fast.”

 

Q: What are your plans as far as college, trade school, military, or going straight into the workforce?

A: “I’m going to college at Miami (Ohio) University and I’m going to be a chemical engineer.”

 

Q: Why do you want to do that?

A: “I’ve just always had an interest in math sciences. I’ve been taking engineering classes since I was a freshman, technology classes in middle school.”

 

Q: What do you plan on doing as an adult as far as your career?

A: “As a career hopefully I can continue the mechanical engineer, where I’m not sure yet.”

Ethan Corey
Ethan Corey

Ethan Corey

Q: How do you think you’ve changed throughout high school?

A: “I think I’ve grown up a lot, maybe immatured a little bit or matured. I think I’ve changed a lot for the better.”

 

Q: What/Who are you going to miss most from high school? Why?

A: “Definitely all the free time that I had because school gave me basically six hours to do most things.”

 

Q: What was your funniest moment in high school?

A: “Definitely this one time in freshman English class. I farted but coughed like I coughed so hard I farted and like nobody heard my fart but only I heard my fart and it was the funniest thing to me even so funny I could not stop laughing so I got sent to the back of the classroom.”

 

Q: What are your plans as far as college, trade school, military, or going straight into the workforce?

A: “I’m going to Ivy Tech for culinary and then from there I’m working in restaurants.”

Cameron Cox
Cameron Cox

Cameron Cox

Q: What life skills did you learn in high school?

A: “Probably the biggest one for me is personal finance helped a lot.”

 

Q: How do you think you’ve changed throughout high school?

A: “I’ve gotten a lot more comfortable with myself.”

 

Q: What’s a piece of advice you’d give to give to underclassmen or incoming freshmen?

A: “Don’t take it for granted because it goes quick. Enjoy it while you can.”

 

Q: What are your plans as far as college, trade school, military, or going straight into the workforce?

A: “I’m going to Ball State. Right now I’m majoring in landscape architecture and business.”

 

Q: Why do you want to do that?

A: “It just interests me. I kind of like design stuff and I like landscaping.”

Madyson Cox
Madyson Cox

Madyson Cox

Q: What class has had the biggest impact on you?

A: “I would say Mr. Richardson’s English class. I have learned a lot from him. Not just about English, but about life, too.”

 

Q: What was your favorite year from high school?

A: “My senior year because it is the last one.” 

 

Q:  What piece of advice would you give to an underclassmen?

A: “Don’t slack. It is hard to get yourself back and you will regret it.”

 

Q: What are your plans for the future?

A: “I plan to start at Ivy Tech and then go to Ball State for nursing.”

Payton Cravens
Payton Cravens

Payton Cravens 

Q: What is one word you would use to describe this school year?

A: “Strange. Covid and everything getting shut down is weird.”

 

Q: What teacher or teachers had the biggest impact on you?

A: “I like Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Hopkins, and Mrs. Raleigh.”

 

Q: What are your plans for the future?

A: “I am going straight to the workforce.”

Leslie Daughtery
Leslie Daughtery

Leslie Daughtery

Q: What have you learned from managing sports teams?

A: “I learned what I wanted to do for my future.”

 

Q: How have you changed throughout high school?

A: “I have grown up.”

 

Q: What is your best memory from managing a sport?

A: “Meeting my best friend.”

 

Q: What are your plans for the future?

A: “I plan on going to college for sports management.”

Madalin Davis
Madalin Davis

Madalin Davis 

Q What was your favorite year from high school? 

A “Sophomore year. I had a lot going on and my classes were pretty easy.”

 

Q What will you miss most from high school?

A “Not seeing my friends every day. I feel like I won’t see them as much.”

 

Q What was your favorite moment in high school?

A “Probably when I fell down the stairs. I was going down them and I tripped.”

 

Q What are your plans for the future?

A “I am going to college for nursing.”

Arabella Dearinger
Arabella Dearinger

Arabella Dearinger

Q: Who was your favorite teacher from high school?

A: “Mrs. Hopkins. I think she teaches very well.” 

 

Q: What is a piece of advice you would give to an underclassmen?

A: “Turn in your work on time. It can bite you in the end.”

 

Q: What is your best moment in a sport?

A: “My freshman year in volleyball, I got player of the game against Carroll and I scored the game-winning point in the last set.”

 

Q: What are your plans for the future?

A: “I am going to Murray State next year to continue my volleyball career and I am going to study telecommunications.”

Kylie Del Pozzi
Kylie Del Pozzi

Kylie Del Pozzi

Q: How have you changed through high school? 

A: “My freshman year, I was really secluded. I didn’t feel like I was comfortable talking about my opinions. My senior year, I decided I cannot be silent on current issues and what has happened this past year.”

 

Q: What is the class that has had the biggest impact? 

A: “I would say my art classes. The teachers have shown the most support and maybe that’s because it is not a traditional class. I owe a lot of my self-confidence to Ms. Fuller and Mrs. Zacek.”

 

Q: What are some items on your bucket list? 

A: “I want to see a lot of historical monuments. A couple years ago, I was able to see Stonehenge. And I would like to go see the palace of Versailles in France.”

 

Q: What are your plans for your future? 

A: “I will be taking a gap year before I go to community college to get all of my general education credits and then I will be trying to get into a tech school in Washington State. The plan is to become a graphic designer.” 

Bruce DeWees
Bruce DeWees III

Bruce DeWees III 

Q: One word you would use to describe this year? 

A: “Trouble. Covid.”

 

Q: What are you going to miss the most from high school? 

A: “Definitely football. I have played it every year since I can remember.”

 

Q: What are some items on your bucket list? 

A: “Go to Hawaii, actually graduate high school.”

 

Q: Best memory from high school football? 

A: “The bus rides. It was freshman year and a guy peed in a bottle and threw it out the window.”

 

Q: What are your plans as far as your future? 

A: “I am going to Ivy Tech to study criminal justice. Then I am going to Anderson to study criminal justice and play football.”

Tynan Dishman
Tynan Dishman

Tynan Dishman

Q: What class has had the biggest impact on you? 

A:  “I would say my Anatomy class because I want to major in nursing next year. I feel like that has really motivated me and helped me to see what I want to do.”

 

Q: What is your best moment in a sport?

A: “I would say making it to state freshman year. It really opened my eyes and showed me how hard I had worked that season to get there. It is just something that I had never experienced before that.”

 

Q: What was your favorite school year in high school?

A: “Sophomore year because Corona was not a thing and everything was normal. We had a good tennis and volleyball season. I feel like I made a lot of good memories that year.” 

 

Q: What are your plans for the future?

A: “I plan on going to Ball State to major in nursing.”

Logan Drown
Logan Drown

Logan Drown

Q: What is your best moment in a sport?

A: “That is really hard. I have been a four year varsity player for baseball and football. If I had to pick one, it is kind of a collection of moments. In football, I never lost a game to Yorktown. I was a contributor for those games and that is something that is special and I will always remember.”

 

Q: What are some top items on your bucket list?

A: “I would like to go skydiving. My bucket list is kind of my career list. I really want to go into the FBI. I want to do that as a career, but it is on my bucket list. Doing something bigger than yourself is kind of special.” 

 

Q: Who was your favorite teacher?

A: “I would say Mrs. Blakely. You can walk in her room, and she will brighten up your day.”

 

Q: What are your plans for the future?

A: “I am going to Ball State to study criminal justice. Then I plan on going to state police. Then I plan on starting the process of getting into the FBI.”

 

April 28, 2021

About Author

Zach Gullion Zach Gullion is a second-year newspaper student and a sophomore at Delta. He plays baseball for Indiana Primetime and Delta, and he enjoys watching the Cincinnati Reds. He also enjoys doing DIY projects, playing spikeball, watching “Friends,” and eating Hot Pockets.


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