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Five Questions: Emily Blackstone

Travis Bodell, Social Media Editor

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The Image occasionally searches for students and asks them five random questions. This time around, sophomore Emily Blackstone was on the receiving end of our questions.

Q: If you were to break a world record, what do you think it would be?

Blackstone: “The number of languages a person speaks.”

Q: What food can you not live without?

Blackstone: “Pasta…just pasta in general.”

Q: Who is your celebrity role model?

Blackstone: “Malala Yousafzai.”

Q: What is one thing you want to do or accomplish before you graduate high school?

Blackstone: “Get my driver’s license, I’m sixteen and still don’t have my permit.”

Q: If you could decide a place to live, where would it be?

Blackstone: “Pittsburg. Anyone who knows me knows the answer to that question.”

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