Senior Q&A: LAST NAMES P – R
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Senior Q&A: LAST NAMES P – R

Nash Pearson
Nash Pearson

Nash Pearson

Q: What was your favorite year in high school and why?
A: “Probably junior year because we didn’t go for half of it.”

 

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

A: “Get a job, move out, live on my own, figure life out.”

 

Q: What are your plans for the future?
A: “I’m going to the Navy. They have good opportunities with mechanical engineering, and I’m going to go into the nuke program. I’m going to work on nuclear reactors and generators.”

Delaney Pence
Delaney Pence

Delaney Pence

Q: What/who are you going to miss about high school?
A: “I’m going to miss Friday Night Lights. I love Friday Night Lights and all of the school coming together, it just makes you feel so … good.” 

 

Q: What’s one word you would use to describe this year and why?

A: “Weird, because, obviously, COVID shut everything down, and we didn’t get the senior year we really imagined for ourselves, and it was weird. We had to compromise things.”

 

Q: What are your plans for the future?
A: “I’m going to study Pre-law at Ball State. I’ve always wanted to be a lawyer, and everyone’s always told me I’m really good at arguing.”

Addi Phillips
Addi Phillips

Addi Phillips

Q: How do you think you’ve changed throughout high school?
A: “Well, I know I’ve definitely changed personality wise. Looking back at freshman year, I’m not the same person I was, you know. Everything that I went through these four years has helped me become the person I am today.” 

 

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

A: “I would love to go to Hawaii, the Bahamas, or Bora Bora; some type of island. I’d like to see the Northern Lights; I think that would be pretty cool. Maybe skydiving.”

 

Q: What are your plans for the future?
A: “I’m going to IU in Bloomington, but I don’t know what I want to do yet, so my goal is to do exploratory, and through that decide what to do because there are some ideas I have, but I’m not certain. However, I’m really looking into the medical, dental or law fields.”

Mayana Pickering
Mayana Pickering

Mayana Pickering

Q: What was your favorite year in high school?

A: “My sophomore year, because it was the year we won county.”

 

Q: What one word would you use to describe this year and why?

A: “Chaotic, because you never knew when or if you were coming back.” 

 

Q: What are your plans for the future?

A: “I’m going into the nursing program at Ball State, because it’s always been an interest of mine.”

Alexis Randle
Alexis Randle

Alexis Randle 

Q: Who was your favorite teacher in high school? The Corporation?
A: “My favorite teacher would probably be Ms. Dye-Conley. She’s the one I was kind of close to. I could talk to her personally and professionally.” 

 

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

A: “I’d definitely say that throughout the earlier years, like sophomore and freshman, I was a lot more private, but now I just don’t care.”

 

Q: What are your plans for the future?
A: “I’ll be going to Ball State, and I’ll be moving in with some of my friends into a house. I’ll be going into nursing, because my dream job is to be an OB-GYN, but I may just go the midwife route.” 

Carly Ratliff
Carly Ratliff

Carly Ratliff

Q: What life skills did you learn in high school?
A: “I learned how to work in groups and mainly communicate with people to work together and get things done faster.”  

 

Q: What are some of the items on your bucket list?
A: “I’d really like to go skydiving. I’d like to walk on the glass bridge in China.”

 

Q: Which class made the biggest impact on you, and why?
A: “I think choir had the biggest impact on me because it’s helped me become more outgoing and be more confident in myself. It also helped me have fun and be friendly with others.” 

Katie Rawlings
Katie Rawlings

Katie Rawlings

Q: How do you think you’ve changed throughout high school?
A: “I think I’ve matured a lot throughout high school. These past four years were the hardest years I’ve had to go through in my life personally and in school so I’ve learned to also take one thing at a time.” 

 

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

A: “Choir class had the biggest impact on me. That class was my safe place and it was always welcoming and comforting. I learned a lot of life lessons in there that’ll be with me for the rest of my life.”

 

Q: What are your plans for the future?
A: “I plan on going to college in Fort Wayne at Ivy Tech Community College. I’ll be studying in Psychology, and I want to study in that because if you have a degree in psychology it helps secure a job in any field you want to go in and make it easier to get jobs in the future because it’s a ‘requirement’ for a lot of jobs. I plan to be a guidance counselor if possible, or go into a different field of counseling if I need to.”

Evan Reno
Evan Reno

Evan Reno

Q: What’s a piece of advice you’d give to underclassmen, or incoming freshmen?
A: “One piece of advice would probably be don’t procrastinate on any of your papers and keep up on all your work.”

 

Q: What’s your best moment ever in a sport?
A: “I run cross country, so, probably the best moment would be running a race at New Castle which has a lot of hills, and it’s a really hard course to run, and I ran my best time there. It was under 20 minutes, and for 3.1 miles that’s pretty good.”

 

Q: What are your plans for the future?
A: “I am planning on attending BSU and studying landscape architecture.” 

Braden Reynolds
Braden Reynolds

Braden Reynolds

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

A: “I don’t have a favorite year.”

 

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

A: “The top item on my bucket list is to take a road trip across the country to California.”

 

Q: What are your future plans? Why do you plan to do this?

A: “I plan to attend Ball State University in the fall and major in construction management.  I would eventually like to move to Texas because it is warm and there are many jobs available there in the construction management field.”

Jadon Richey
Jadon Richey

Jadon Richey

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

A: “Senior year, because it’s the last year, and I’m ready to move on to bigger and better things.”

 

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

A: “Graduating high school — yeah.”

 

Q: What are your future plans? Why do you plan to do this?

A: “I plan on becoming an electrician. I’m either getting an apprenticeship, or going to a trade school mainly because I’m interested in it, as well as I don’t really want to go to college. I mean education, and just schooling in general isn’t really my thing. I don’t really enjoy it at all, but with electrician work, I would enjoy it a lot as a trade, and it’s definitely a necessity.”

Hailey Ricker
Hailey Ricker

Hailey Ricker

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

A: “My favorite year is this year [senior year] because I get to spend so much time with my friends, I’ve already really bonded with some of my teachers, and it’s just a really great experience.”

 

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

A: “The top item on my bucket list is probably to travel to different places.”

 

Q: What are your future plans? Why do you plan to do this?

A: “My plans for the future are to go to college, because I want to go into a career which helps people.”

 

Drake Robbins

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

A: “My favorite year in high school would have to be sophomore year. I liked sophomore year best because it was full of many exciting events like being able to drive to school.”

 

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

A: “My top item on my bucket list would be going skydiving.”

 

Q: What are your future plans? Why do you plan to do this?

A: “My plan for the future is getting my real estate license and buying houses and renting them out. I want to do this because you get to meet great people and get to see some amazing houses.”

Tyler Ross
Tyler Ross

Tyler Ross

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

A: “My favorite year in high school was probably my sophomore year. That was when I had the most friends and motivation.”

 

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

A: “Probably to pet a fox; they are my favorite animal, after all.”

 

Q: What are your future plans? Why do you plan to do this?

A: “My plan is to go to college and major in psychology so that I can become a therapist. I want this because I just want to help people be the best they can be; everyone deserves happiness.”

May 5, 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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