Archie Agreda

Archie Agreda, Editor

 

Archie Agreda is a senior at Hall High.  His plan for the future is to attend UTI and study auto mechanics and welding.  He is not sure where a journalism class will take him, but will welcome the opportunity.

Q: Who is someone that you look up to and why?

A:  I would say the person I look up to would my dad.  He has built successful businesses from the ground up and he inspires me to do the same when I am older.  

Q: What topics would you write about mostly?

A: I would write about sports because as a former athlete, it is most relatable to me.

Q: Why are you taking this class?

A: To be honest, I am taking this class because I need the credit to graduate.  Perhaps I will find something interesting that will make me pursue journalism further.

Q: Has there been an event in your life that has changed your way of thinking and why?

A: The Pandemic of 2020 was a game changer in terms of academics.  I always thought that on-line learning would be way easier, but I was really wrong!

Q: What is one of your proudest accomplishments?

A:  I would say my proudest accomplishment was getting my boating and driver’s license last summer.  

Q: What is something you regret?

A: I regret making my muffler so loud that I got two violations and then had to replace the muffler with a newer and  quieter model, which was expensive.

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