Student Spotlight – Adrianna Jordan

Freshman Adrianna Jordan answers a few questions on her future, her dreams, and her accomplishments.

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Q: Who is your role model and why?

A: “My pepere because he had two strokes and he’s paralyzed on his entire right side, but he didn’t give up on his dream … he kind of taught me to never give up on my dream, whatever happens in life you just have to go with it, whatever life throws at you you just have to keep believing in yourself and never give up.”

Q: If you could eliminate one weakness or limitation you have what would it be and why?

A: “My one weakness would be being shy. I don’t really tend to talk to a lot of people but I’m also outgoing at the same time.”

Q: What is the best news you’ve ever received?

A: “Last year, making my competition team at my dance studio, and then finding out that we qualified for nationals in New York.”

Q: Where do you see yourself ten years from now?

A: “Hopefully at UNE, getting my doctorates degree for physical therapy.”

Q: If you could change anything about yourself what would it be?

A: “I wouldn’t change anything because I like who I am and I feel like I was supposed to be this person for a reason.”

Q:  Who or what inspires you?

A: “Taylor Swift, because she said that if you have the chance to be different go for it, and I feel like I’m not the same as everyone else and I kind of like who I am and I’m not afraid to be different.”

Q: What are you most afraid of?

A: “Feeling like I’m going to fail at something…not getting to where I want to be later in life.”

Q: Are you a leader or a follower and why or how?

A: “I think I’m a leader because whenever people ask me to do something and I don’t want to do it I don’t go with them I just stay on my own path, and I don’t tend to go with the crowd, I just do what I want to do.”

Q: What is something you’re most proud of and why?

A: “The thing I’m most proud about was probably competition last year…we were the opening number and we ended up getting a high gold on it, so we were second place out of the whole competition and it just felt like we did a really great job on it.”

Q: Do you have any phobias?

A: “No, not really.”

Q: Who is your best friend and how did you meet?

A: “My best friend is Jordan Roberts and we met in third grade, we were in the same class and she was in my class.”

Q: What is your dream job?

A: “My dream job would be a famous dancer or choreographer or a ‘Rockette’ and dance on Broadway.”

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