On the Sidewalk with Randell Smith and Erin Nafziger

Randell Smith: “What is something you’ve always wanted to buy but never have?”

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“A new car”
-James Williams, Junior

"A lake house" -Jordan Aylor, Senior

“A lake house”
-Jordan Aylor, Senior

"A new car" -Ryan Yates, Junior

“A new car”
-Ryan Yates, Junior

"Christian Louboutin Heels (Red Bottoms)" -Keyla Baltimore, Senior

“Christian Louboutin Heels (Red Bottoms)”
-Keyla Baltimore, Senior

"A basketball court" -Andrew Thorne, Senior

“A basketball court”
-Andrew Thorne, Senior

Erin Nafziger: “What alternate time period would you live in and why?”

"In two weeks, so I wouldn't have to take my finals." -James Helmuth, Senior

“In two weeks, so I wouldn’t have to take my finals.”
-James Helmuth, Senior

"We would be Native Americans in pre-pioneered America so we could wear moccasins, ride horses, and hunt buffalo." -Lydia Tissue, First-year and Mariah Martin, Sophomore

“We would be Native Americans in pre-pioneered America so we could wear moccasins, ride horses, and hunt buffalo.”
-Lydia Tissue, First-year and Mariah Martin, Sophomore

"I would be in the 1920s because everyone had a good time." -Mario Valladares, First-year

“I would be in the 1920s because everyone had a good time.”
-Mario Valladares, First-year

"The Age of Exploration because I want a country named after me." -Abby Hershberger, Sophomore

“The Age of Exploration because I want a country named after me.”
-Abby Hershberger, Sophomore

"The 1930s...sounds like a scrappy time." -Aaron Erb, Senior

“The 1930s…sounds like a scrappy time.”
-Aaron Erb, Senior

 

 


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