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Senior Salute: Bryan Tishmack

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Senior Salute: Bryan Tishmack

Sam Arvin

As a way to honor the seniors of Harrison, the Harrison Pulse is doing a segment where we share a Q&A with 15 Raiders from the class of 2016. Each day we will be releasing another part of this series. Today's senior is Bryan Tishmack:

What was your favorite class at Harrison?

German I through V with Frau Beck. Ich kann jetzt ein bisschen Deutsch sprechen, so es ist ganz cool.

 

Who influenced you the most throughout these four years?

Perhaps everyone has had some hand in shaping my development as i passed through Harrison, and no one more than any other. It's a canned response, but that's what you get when you ask silly questions.

 

Who was your middle school crush?

Far too many to count, let alone name, and with such frequency, one might use me to tell the time of day.

 

If you could change anything about the last four years what would it be?

I would have joined musical far sooner, obviously.

 

What would you tell your freshman self now?

You grow up to be ugly, better make the most of your golden years.

 

What is the worst fashion trend you participated in?

Please, I just wear whatever's clean.

 

Describe your worst date experience.

I've yet to have a bad one, so here's hoping i can maintain that trend.

 

What is your favorite food that is served at lunch?

Tater-tots. Duh.

 

What is your favorite memory from Harrison?

My stand-up comedy act for Mr. Harrison. It was like every single day of my life, only I had a microphone and an audience of six-hundred people.

 

Who is your favorite teacher and why?

Mr. Cahee, what a dude.