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Will Dunbar, Editor

Will Dunbar: He’s after the truth in Journalism, focused on asking the hard questions and getting to the bottom of Dan Zittoun's bathroom troubles.

Q: What is your approach to life?

A: I try to go with the flow. Life is challenging, we just have to deal with it.

Q: What is one thing that gets you excited to get up in the morning?

A: I get excited about after-school activities like football or golfing.

Q: What is your least favorite part of being a teenager and why?

A: People don’t respect what you have to say. In their mind, because you are young you don’t know what you’re talking about.

Q: What is your favorite thing about Journalism so far?

A: Being able to ask questions that sometimes people don’t want to answer, asking the hard questions. 

Q: Journalism class gives students a platform to write about issues close to them. What’s something that you’re passionate enough to write about in an article?

A: How Dan Zittoun deals with problems in the lavatory. It’s ridiculous that when I try to go to the bathroom, I have to walk all the way around the school to use the bathroom.

Q: How will you continue to use journalism in your daily life after this class is over?

A: I’ll continue to try to ask the hard questions because I  like to find the answers, and find out if things aren’t fair.

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