By: Allie Schutt Senior Co-Editor
Our student spotlight for the Homecoming issue of The Squire is Andrea Mortenson. Andrea is a senior at Eisenhower High School and is an all-in-all well-rounded student. She is involved in many activities in and out of school. The Squire met Andrea for brunch to ask her some questions.
The Squire: What do you think of senior year so far?
Andrea Mortenson: Senior year has been fine, but it’s taking too long.
TS: What are you involved in outside of school?
AM: I’m involved in volleyball, piano, and church.
TS: What do you plan on doing with your future?
AM: I plan on attending college, getting married, and having a family.
TS: If you could go back in time to meet someone, who would it be?
AM: I would meet my Grandpa Axel.
TS: Do you have any hidden talents?
AM: I’m secretly really good at arm wrestling.
TS: If you could have any super power, what would it be?
AM: I would want to fly so I don’t have to pay for a car.
TS: If you could create the “ideal feast,” what foods would it include?
AM: My feast would have mostly appetizers, like chicken wing dip and cocktail sausages, but also would include cheesy potatoes and other casseroles. A Hershey’s chocolate fountain with pretzels wouldn’t hurt either.
TS: Walk us through a day in the life of Andrea Mortenson.
AM: I wake up bright and early at 6:20 AM and get ready for school. The majority of my day involves complaining, rolling my eyes, laughing, and sighing. After school hours are spent doing homework, seminary lessons, and eating. Throughout the week I find as many reasons to go to Taco Bell as possible.
Senior, Andrea Mortenson is an involved community member and student. As you can see, Andrea is a motivated student worthy of being in the spotlight.