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Humans of BHS

Humans of BHS

Colby Perron, Staff Writer
January 18
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"I've always loved working on vehicles," said Pelletier. "The older the better I always say. Any way I can fix them up, I will. I hope to have my own auto body shop one day, but who knows what will happen."

Humans of BHS

Humans of BHS

Colby Perron, Staff Writer
January 18
Filed under Humans of BHS

"Shorts are super comfortable, especially compared to jeans," said Day. "I just had a couple weeks where I wore gym shorts and now people just expect it from me. I guess you could say I got peer pressured into wearing shorts year round."

Humans of BHS

Humans of BHS

Colby Perron, Staff Writer
January 18
Filed under Humans of BHS

"Teen trendsetters is a group that goes to BPS in order to help second graders learn to read," said Gallant. "I joined Trendsetters really to see how I liked teaching students because I'm thinking about majoring in education so I though this would be the perfect group for me to join."

Humans of BHS

Humans of BHS

Colby Perron, Staff Writer
January 18
Filed under Humans of BHS

"I really enjoy my English class," said Hanson. "My teacher [Mrs. Foster] is pretty great. Her teaching style isn't traditional, it's really gripping and I actually enjoy being in the class."

Humans of BHS

Humans of BHS

Michael Tenney, Staff Writer
January 16
Filed under Humans of BHS

"It's good and cheap [pizza at Louis], except they went up with their prices," said Monson. "When I eat the pizza, I feel happiness, and bloated. One time someone opened the door and hit me when I was turned around. I fell forward and they didn't say sorry. They just kind of acknowledged me and walked...

Humans of BHS

Humans of BHS

Michael Tenney, Staff Writer
January 16
Filed under Humans of BHS

"I like Odyssey of the Mind because it really brings out the creativity in people. It's a sense of family, and cooperation. You can't just get angry and storm out of the room, you have to work through your problems. I'm not allowed to talk about our problem. It's an actual rule with OM, we aren't allowed...

Humans of BHS

Humans of BHS

Michael Tenney, Staff Writer
January 16
Filed under Humans of BHS

"It's very different working in a nursing home," said Heffernan. "You get closer with the residents even if it's kind of the dirty work and viewed as a lower level of nursing compared to hospitals and that type of thing. You really get close with all the residents and know them by name. Whenever I go...

Humans of BHS

Humans of BHS

Michael Tenney, Staff Writer
January 16
Filed under Humans of BHS

"I like everything about music," said Sodones. "It's pretty much everything you want to say. Except you don't have to say it, you can more of express it through something else. I express it through my trumpet. It was either that or percussion. With percussion, it's boring and you just whack things."

Humans of BHS

Humans of BHS

Michael Tenney, Staff Writer
January 16
Filed under Humans of BHS

"I wait in line," said Tracy. "I find a clean tray. I get the macaroni and cheese, because everyone said it was really good. I put my number in. I sat down, and I ate it. It was pretty good. It was cheesy."

Humans of BHS

Humans of BHS

Michael Tenney, Staff Writer
January 16
Filed under Humans of BHS

"I'm going to my locker, it has my food on it," said Harlow. "I drop books on the annoying freshmen below me. When they come, I get annoyed because they're in my way. I don't know [how it makes the freshmen feel]. I don't care. Stay out of my way."

Humans of BHS

Humans of BHS

Michael Tenney, Staff Writer
January 16
Filed under Humans of BHS

"This interview [makes me laugh]," said Gagnon. "I think I found it funny because I'm nervous. [When I'm nervous] I laugh a lot. I kind of wish I didn't do it so I could answer questions and talk normally. Sometimes I can be socially awkward. So being put on the spot, I'm not good with that. But if I...

Humans of BHS

Humans of BHS

Michael Tenney, Staff Writer
January 16
Filed under Humans of BHS

"Memes are great," said Gagnon. "They're honest. You can relate to them because it happened to you. When I find a meme, I usually send it to Cassie [Riley] and we laugh at it. [The thing that makes me laugh] are just memes. They're just stupid. Memes are awesome."

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