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Student of the Week: Luke Surunis

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CAREFULLY PLACING HIS HELMET ON, senior running back Luke Surunis prepares to enter the game on Friday, Sept. 28 at Moon.

CAREFULLY PLACING HIS HELMET ON, senior running back Luke Surunis prepares to enter the game on Friday, Sept. 28 at Moon.

Juliana Carbone

Juliana Carbone

CAREFULLY PLACING HIS HELMET ON, senior running back Luke Surunis prepares to enter the game on Friday, Sept. 28 at Moon.

Joey Bova, Deputy Social Media Editor, Deputy Video Editor

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Name? Luke Surunis

Grade? 12

Favorite teacher? class? Mr. Bouch/Honors American Government

Favorite color?  Yellow

Favorite season?  Fall

Zodiac sign? Virgo

Favorite TV show and/or movie? Shameless

School activities you participate in? Football, Newspaper, Track and Field

What’s your favorite song? Flagpole Sitta

Any good advice to underclassmen?  Be open to new opportunities that you wouldn’t have taken advantage of before.

What’s your favorite inspirational quote?  “Not all those who wander are lost.” -J.R.R Tolkien

Favorite restaurant? Vincent’s Pizza

Have any hobbies?  Hunting, occasionally playing football

Favorite place you’ve traveled to? New Mexico

What’s your favorite animal?  Grizzly Bear

What are your plans for the future? Attend a four year school, and major in special education

Have any special talents?  Able to Jet ski standing up

Afraid of anything? Drowning, and Kidnappers

Favorite scent? Black Ice Car Freshener Scent 

A place you’d someday like to visit? Montana

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About the Contributors
Joey Bova, Deputy Social Media Editor, Deputy Video Editor

After visiting KDKA this summer, Joey Bova has big goals. Joey is a junior at BPHS and plans to pursue journalism throughout college and possibly as a career.

He took this class because it sounded interesting, and he hopes he can improve his skills.

Joey is very excited to write for the paper, hoping to bring ¨excitement” to his articles. He would like to write articles about sports, current events, and other interesting things. Bova hopes that after his articles, more people will want to read the paper, and it will better known throughout the school.

On a more personal level, Joey likes to relax. After school, he likes to go home and either eat or sleep. He is involved in many activities as well. He plays all different kinds of sports, but without a doubt, baseball is his favorite. Joey is also a part of DECA. DECA is a marketing program for teenagers to prepare themselves for college. Other than that, he enjoys playing video games and sleeping in his free time.

If given the ability to have a superpower, Joey decided he would like to be able to fly or be invincible.

On an ideal date, he would like to go drive around or go to the movies.

He also has a passion for traveling. If given the opportunity, his ideal vacation spots would include the Wonders of the World and the Eiffel Tower.

Joey Bova is a promising writer who will bring interest and excitement to his articles this year.

Written by: Matt Szymanowski, Staff Writer

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Juliana Carbone, Deputy Photography Editor

In ten years from now, you can see Juliana walking from room to room taking care of patients as a PA, but for now you can see Juliana roaming the hallways looking for a good story to write.

Juliana Carbone is a junior this year at BPHS and it is her second year writing for the newspaper. She credits Alex Mullen for recommending she take the class. Juliana is looking forward to bringing sports photography skills to the team. She is also the other half of the duo behind the Fun Faculty Fact Friday feature.

If Juliana doesn’t have a camera in her hand, she can usually be seen at basketball. After a normal school day, Juliana can be seen either practicing basketball or snap-chatting. She is a third year member of the girls basketball team and looks forward to playing every year.

In addition to the Hawk Eye, she is also in PACS, Camera Club, SGA, National Honors Society, and Quill and Scroll Society.

After high school, Juliana wants to go to college and earn a medical degree. Then, she wants to pursue a career in the medical field as a Physician’s Assistant.

If Juliana could have any superpower, she said, “I want to be able to read minds.”

Juliana’s dream vacation would be Italy. She wants to see where her ancestors lived, and she wants to explore the beaches of Italy as well. If she doesn’t make it to her dream vacation, she wants to have a dream date as a movie night in the backyard with a projector.

Make sure to check out the Fun Faculty Fact Friday feature this year to read some of Juliana’s work.

 

Written By: Lauren Mullen

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