Becky Copper

Becky Copper

The Eyrie Magazine

For student of the week I had the pleasure of interviewing Senior Becky Copper. If you don’t know Becky Copper, you need to know Becky Copper. You can begin your acquaintance here:

 

C: What grade are you in?

B: Twelfth Grade

 

C: What are some of your interests/hobbies either inside or outside of school?

B: That’s a big general question! Outside of school I like to play piano. I’m not very good at it, but I do have lessons every week. It’s just for fun, I don’t do contests or competitions anymore – those can be too high pressure. In school, I like choir. That’s one of my favorite classes; I’ve been in it all four years so it’s fun. I also like Friends Forever and Y’s Act.

 

C: What is your favorite class or who is your favorite teacher at EPHS?

B: I don’t want to pick favorites! … I won’t pick favorite teachers because I never like it when teachers pick favorite students. APCP is my favorite class right now, besides choir of course, and Backpacking and Camping, Canoeing, and Climbing. APCP is really eye-opening. I’m learning so much stuff right now. I’m taking it as a senior, so I’m in a class full of juniors, usually you’d take it your junior year, but I’m just taking it to learn about stuff. I’m not really into politics, but it’s really interesting.

 

C: What has been the highlight of your senior year?

B: Singing valentines. And the insights dance that’s coming up. I’m already starting to get pumped up for that. But yeah, singing valentines are so much fun. I just love it when students interrupt class and then sing to you. It just makes your day so much better.

 

C: Do you have any advice for underclassmen as a senior since you’re almost graduated?

B: Do as much as you can. Try to get out of your comfort zone and try new things. I didn’t think I’d be interested in certain classes, but then I regret not taking them. Even if you take something you’re not really passionate about I don’t think you’d ever regret taking it anyways, so just go for it! Yeah.

 

C: There was one other thing that I was just going to ask you that just popped into my head…

B: What’s my name?

C: Sure, what’s your name?

B: I’m Becky, my real name is Rebecca, and not many people know that about me.

C: That is interesting, are there any other fun facts that no one would know about you?

B: Um, I’m 5’3”?