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Cougars of Clague: Caitlinn Cho


Q: Tell us a little about yourself.

“My name is Caitlinn Cho. I was born in 2010, in January, so I’m a winter child. I really like K-Pop, my favorite group currently are Seventeen, New Jeans and ZEROBASEONE. My favorite one so far is “My Secret Alliance”. My favorite book right now is Between Shades of Gray, by Ruta Sepetys, and we’re reading it in class. Be warned, since it’s quite sad and heavy, but it’s really well written. I have two dogs, Izzy and Pancake, and I love them a lot. I also have three older siblings– I”m the youngest of four.” 

Q: What is your favorite class and why?

“I really like math, because my teacher is so amazing. I don’t like the subject, but I love my teacher, Ms. Jbeily. She cracks jokes all the time, and even though sometimes they’re bad, they’re mostly good.”

Q: What hobbies/sports/clubs do you do and why do you like them?

“I do field hockey, and I’ve been doing it since the third grade. I’m one of the captains on the team. However, next year, I won’t be continuing playing. I like to dance in my free time, and I normally do K-Pop choreos. I really like baking, especially making matcha cookies for my friends. I also enjoy reading webtoons, which are online comics. I also love writing, and I’ve written at least six stories so far.” 

Q: What is something you are proud of?

“I’m proud of my ability to draw. I used to draw really horribly, but I think I’ve really improved since then. I typically draw people. Drawing helps me de-stress, and it helps me relay my emotions through art.”

Q: What’s an interesting/unique fact about yourself?

“I really want a younger sibling, but I know it’s not possible. I’ve come to terms with it, knowing that maybe one day I’ll have a younger sibling figure, and I’ll be considered an older sibling figure towards them!”

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Amelia Bai
Amelia Bai, Editor in Chief
Amelia Bai is an eighth grader at Clague Middle School, and this is her third year writing for the Cougar Star. In her free time, she reads, obsesses over all things matcha, and prides herself on being a music fanatic.

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