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Senior Spotlight: Emmanuel Anyonje

Q&A w/ Emmanuel Anyonje
Emmanuel Anyonje
Kai Gokita (Far Left), Emmanuel Anyonje (Middle), taking a photo in a fragrance departments mirror, looking rather dashing.

Q: What has been the most memorable part of high school?

A: Getting to grow as a person and make memories with new people.
Q: Which class/teacher has had the biggest impact on you and why?
A: Mrs. Hanks, she inspired me to be great and strive to do better.
Q: How have you changed since freshman year?
A: I have grown in my faith and learned to be grateful for everything.
Q: What are your plans for after graduation?
A: I plan to go back to Kenya to visit family.

Emmanuel Anyonje looking up menacingly at the camera. (Aniya Everett)

Q: What challenges have you faced during your time in high school?

A: Senioritis, I learned how to be more disciplined.
Q: What advice would you give incoming freshman?

A: Enjoy your days in high school because they go by quickly.
Q: What extracurricular activity or project are you most proud of?
A: Volunteering at a food shelter. I enjoy helping out as much as I can.
Q: Is there anything you wish you’d done differently in high school?
A: I don’t have any regrets. I am grateful for any bad thing that has happened to me because I ended up where I was supposed to be.
Q: What’s your dream job?
A: I’m studying neuroscience-premed, at W&M, so my dream job would definitely be a surgeon.
Q: What is one thing you think defined your high school experience?
A: Socializing and meeting new people.
Q: How would your friends describe you?
A: Humble, friendly, nonjudgmental, respectful, and smart.
Q: Hot or cold?
A: Cold, because I can control my body heat.
Q: Cats or dogs?
A: Cats all the way.
Q: What is your favorite TV show?
A: Breaking Bad.

Emmanuel Anyonje(Left) and Drew Wicker (Right) having a blast in Walmart with their water guns. (Drew Wicker)
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