Get to Know Your Brahmas: Q&A with Angelina Sandoval

Angelina Sandoval by Nastasha Vallejo

Angelina Sandoval is a sophomore, she moved here a little late but she already loves it here.

Q: What is your favorite lunch line?

A: “Honestly, I wouldn’t know because I don’t eat lunch here.”

Q: What are some of your favorite pass times?

A: “Drawing or Photography, I like to draw or take pictures of nature and sometimes people or whatever i think is pretty.”

Q: Do you feel like there is a fair amount of time between the class periods, if not, why?”

A: ” No because sometimes the hallways are so packed, and when you’re short you can’t really figure out a path through the crowd”

Q: Out of all of your music, which type do you prefer to listen to the most, why?

A: “Little mellow indie bands, because they’re just very relaxing and I’m always stressed because of school.”

Q: What recent movie do you recommend watching and why?

A: “Lights Out, because its a horror movie, and most horror movies now aren’t even scary. But Lights Out has many plot twists and its just great!’

Q: What subject is your favorite, and why?

A: “English, because I like to write”

Q: What are your thoughts on the PSAT?

A: “It causes so much more stress, than what is necessary. But I guess it’s a good thing that we are getting this, so we can practice for the actual SAT .”

Q: For students coming to Mac, what extracurricular activities and clubs would you recommend?

A: “I recommend you do the, whatever language you’re in. First off you should join that club because it’s an easy club, you’re already in the class, so you already know what you’ll be doing. Also, typically which ever Art thing you’re doing. Like Art, Theater arts and the rest of those because you already know what you’ll be doing, but it helps to branch out and try different things.”

Q: If you could be anything in the future, what would it be and why?

A: “Photographer or journalist, because I find them to be very appealing options, and I’d rather have a job that makes me  happy instead of a job that makes a lot of money”

Q: What are some goals you hope to achieve by your Senior year?

A: “I want a fantastic GPA, thats what I want. I want to be able to say that I branched out and did all the things I wanted to do.”

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