Elections: Junior Class Secretary

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Elections: Junior Class Secretary

Always busy, Adriana chose to have an easier role, but not any less important this year.

Always busy, Adriana chose to have an easier role, but not any less important this year.

Joel Bejarano Alanis

Always busy, Adriana chose to have an easier role, but not any less important this year.

Joel Bejarano Alanis

Joel Bejarano Alanis

Always busy, Adriana chose to have an easier role, but not any less important this year.


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Adrianna Babchuk decided to take it easy this year. Rather than serving as class president, as she did last year, she is filling the role of Secretary for the Class of 2020. “I got to talk to some of the people in [Leadership] and they seemed to be really enthused about it,” Babchuk told the Armijo Signal last year about her Freshman Orientation in August of 2016 “… it got me thinking that maybe this would be good for me because I was extremely shy.”

Babchuk campaigned in the spring to earn her current position. She also played on the badminton team last spring. In 2018, she said that she was not sure if she would be in student government at college, but she did know that she wanted to go to college. “It is better to try things that you are unsure about and go out of your comfort zone to really see if you like it,” she said. There will be other new opportunities in college and she might leave room for those types of things instead.

“I’d like to go to college somewhere close to the ocean or tropical because I have always enjoyed warm weather and the ocean,” she said in her interview last year. She planned to major in biology and chemistry and eventually go into dentistry.

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