Senior send-off: Missy Tepe

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Senior send-off: Missy Tepe

Missy Tepe standing outside Loyola University Chicago where she will be attending college next year.

Missy Tepe standing outside Loyola University Chicago where she will be attending college next year.

Missy Tepe

Missy Tepe standing outside Loyola University Chicago where she will be attending college next year.

Missy Tepe

Missy Tepe

Missy Tepe standing outside Loyola University Chicago where she will be attending college next year.

Q: Where are you going to college and what is your major?

A: I am going to Loyola University Chicago with a double major in bio and psych.

 

Q: What has been your favorite part of high school?

A: I enjoyed marching band because I got to make a lot of friends and do something I love to do. I also got better at my instrument.

 

Q: What’s your number one piece of advice for freshman?

A: I hardly made it through high school. Do I really have any advice for freshmen?

 

Q: What are you looking forward to in college?

A: [I’m looking forward to] more independence and also the ability to do what I want to pursue rather than do what I’m forced to pursue.

 

Q: If you were a fast food place, which one would you be?

A: I feel like Wendy’s because they have a four for four. I can’t betray her.

 

Q: Which department is your favorite?

A: Social students and fine arts because both are things I really enjoy and they are something I am interested in pursuing and I feel comfortable.

 

Q: Was it more fun being an underclassman or upperclassman?

A: Underclassman because I was not dying. I don’t think it really matters. I think I had less responsibilities as an underclassman.

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