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Q: Which high school do you attend? Columbus North
Q: Who are your parents/guardians, grandparents and siblings? Dr. Teresa Lovins (mother), Donald Lovins (father), Sam Lovins (brother), Matt Lovins (brother), Abbi Lovins (sister), Martin Grossman (grandfather), Mary Ellen Grossman (grandmother), Ronald Lovins (grandfather), Velma Lovins (grandmother).
Q: Which elementary and middle school/junior high did you attend? St. Bartholomew Catholic School from kindergarten through eighth grade.
Q: What’s your favorite class or part of the school day and why? It’s every period that I am in the publications room at North. When I am in there, I feel most in my element and am most comfortable with myself and my surroundings. My favorite thing to do during that time is roam around the school to find photo-worthy moments for the Log yearbook or newsworthy moments for The Triangle news magazine.
Q: In which extracurricular activities do you participate? I am an executive content editor of The Triangle news magazine staff, co-photo editor and head photographer for the Log yearbook staff, a member of the Shamrockers 4-H group, a member of the Youth Ministry at St. Bartholomew and a member of the Teens for Life group at St. Bartholomew.
Q: When you’re not in school, where’s your favorite place to be and why? I prefer to spend most of my time at home relaxing or spending time with my family, because there never seems to be a dull day with my family.
Q: What has been your greatest high school memory so far and why? My greatest high school memory has been taking pictures at the state competitions for the yearbook. The greatest one for me was the women’s state basketball finals matchup at Indiana State University, because it felt great to not only be a part of the history but to also have the opportunity to record that history through photographs.
Q: What are you looking forward to after graduation? Exploring new horizons and opportunities while getting to know new people along the way.
Q: Who in your life has inspired you or who do you look up to and why? Kim Green has been my biggest inspiration, because she saw leadership qualities in me that I was almost completely unaware of. She was also the one who helped me realize that a career in journalism is the best career choice for me.
Q: What is the most important thing you’ve learned during, or from, high school? It’s from a lesson we were taught in beginning journalism. That is that everyone, no matter what they are like or where they come from, has a story that deserves to be told.
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