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24 with ’24: Trisha Lennex

24 with 24: Trisha Lennex

Senior Trisha Lennex has attended Jonathan Alder for 12 years. She is a part of bowling, drama club, musical, quick recall and quiz bowl. We sat down with Trisha as part of our 24 with ‘24 interview series.

Q: What’s your favorite memory of your time at Alder?

A:  Probably going to Disney sophomore year for band. 

Q: What are three things you can’t live without?

A: Art supplies, music, movies. 

Q: What’s one thing people don’t know about you?

A:  I want to be a music teacher. 

Q: How would you define yourself in three words?

A: Creative, fun, and nice. 

Q: What was your last dream?

A:  I think it was waking up the day of our last football game and getting ready. 

Q:  Best piece of advice you’ve received?

A:  Probably that the people around you feed off of the energy you have.

Q: If you made a documentary, what would it be about and why?

A: I’d probably make a documentary about the B-52’s because I really like their music and not a lot of people know a bunch about them. 

Q: Last piece of content you consumed that made you cry?

A: I watched a show called “Under the Banner of Heaven”

Q: Song you can listen to on repeat?

A: I really like the song “Don’t look back in anger” by Oasis.

Q:If you could switch lives with someone for a day, who would it be?

A:  Elton John, just to see what it’s like to be Elton John. 

Q: Dream country to visit?

A:  Austria. 

Q: What’s the biggest surprise you’ve had?

A:  Getting tickets to the Stevie Nicks and Billy Joel concert. 

Q: If your life was a TV show, what song would be in the intro?

A:  “i’m just a girl” by No Doubt. 

Q: What 3 people living or dead would you like to make dinner for?

A:  Nikola Tesla, [Janelle] Monáe, and Mattew Lillard.

Q:The most adventurous thing you’ve done in your life?

A: Going hiking. 

Q: What would you like to be remembered for?

A: Probably just being nice to the people around me.

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Adalynne Wilkin, Staff Writer
Addie Wilkin is a junior and second  year journalism staff member. Outside of school her hobbies include 4-H, video games and hanging out with her friends. After high school she plans on attending cosmetology school to become a hairdresser.

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