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Five Questions with Noah Korenfeld, senior class president

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Dressed in his Jazz Band concert attire, senior Noah Korenfeld performs the trombone during lunch on the Friday of Homecoming.

Dressed in his Jazz Band concert attire, senior Noah Korenfeld performs the trombone during lunch on the Friday of Homecoming.

Alex Rozar

Alex Rozar

Dressed in his Jazz Band concert attire, senior Noah Korenfeld performs the trombone during lunch on the Friday of Homecoming.

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Noah Korenfeld is the senior class president, a trombone player in the marching band and jazz band, a member of Student Council and the National Honor Society and president of Tri-M, a music honor society that was created this year.

What was the process of becoming senior class president?

You decide you want to run, and then, the way I did it, I decided I wanted to run, and I asked some friends if they wanted to run together. The group was me, Ben Brim, Katie Locke and Shree Samavedhi. Usually, people running for class president don’t do that. We were actually the first group to run totally together and get in together. It helped us, because if somebody voted for one of us, they voted for the rest of us.

What do you do as class president?

All of us kind of share responsibilities — running advisory and related things, like senior advisory. We help run the meetings and things like that. We also help do different activities.

Why did you join band?

I first started band in sixth grade, because my dad wanted me to. He played guitar all of his life, and he wanted one of his children to play an instrument. Then I kept doing it because — I don’t know, momentum. I just kept doing it. And then some friends from middle school were like, ‘Hey, we’re doing marching band, you should do it.’ I thought I was just going to do it for one year, but I thought it was okay. So I kept doing [marching band].

Do you plan to keep playing trombone into college?

Yeah. I’m probably going to double-major in music and a science, probably biology. I don’t know where I’m going to go to college. There are many choices, so it’s kind of up in the air.

What does Tri-M do?

We just started, so right now, we haven’t really done much yet, but hopefully soon we’re going to start volunteering and helping with community events. I know we’re going to help do stuff at nursing homes and help the community with music.

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Alex Rozar, Staff Writer

Alex Rozar is a junior, and this is his second year on staff. He is a member of the speech and debate team, student council and National Honor Society at Lafayette. Alex can be contacted at arozar039@rsdmo.org.

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