Seniors offer advice to freshmen

The Newtonite

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Members of the Class of 2011 advise members of the Class of 2015.

“If you’re interested in theater, don’t get discouraged if you don’t get into a play. If you don’t get in, definitely do costumes, props or stage crew. Also, if you don’t want that big of a time commitment, do hair and make up because it’s a great way to meet people. Also, run for student government.”
—senior Maddie Cetlin

“You don’t get that much homework freshman year, so really try to branch out and use your free time productively. Try out new passions and meet new people. Don’t bring rolley backpacks.”
—senior Pamela Chen
“Don’t stop and congregate in the middle of the hall.”
—senior Parker Swiston
“Work hard at whatever interests you and keep everything in perspective.”
—senior Rosie Sokolov
“Be open to new things.”
—senior Zane Roth
“Just get involved!”
—senior Marina Miller