Meet homecoming queen candidate Christina Young

Senior Christina Young. Photo by Patrick Smith

What was your reaction after hearing you were one of the nominees?

I was really excited, and I was really surprised and just really happy I was on the court.

Did you want to be homecoming queen and how did you get people to vote for you?

Yeah, I really wanted to get the homecoming queen. All of my friends told people to vote for me.

What do you think of this year’s theme for homecoming?

I like it. I’m a very colorful person, so I like different colors and stuff. I think it’s really different and unique.

How do you plan on involving the student body with the homecoming activities?

Just getting everybody excited and hyped and get some people to get involved into it more.

Which school activities do you participate in?

I’m on the varsity cheer team, I’m in FCA, MAC scholars, that’s kind of it.

Which homecoming activity do you look forward to the most?

Oh, I don’t know them yet.

Which do you dread the most?

I’m excited for walking across the stage and I don’t really know all of the activities, so.

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  • Atreyo Ghosh is a waterbender, a senior at RBHS and a member of FMSA (Future Mad Scientists of America). He's usually playing video games, talking about politics, fanboying over the internets or helping someone with their homework. Bring him food from Chipotle and you'll be fast friends. Just don't mention you're voting for Mitt Romney. Written by Kayla Doolady. Atreyo is also the assistant editor of Bearing News as well as copy editor for both publications. Contact Atreyo Ghosh at

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  • Renata Poet Williams

    I’m really excited to see Christina! So glad she made it.

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