Sophomore Max Weitzman is Country Day’s super sports fan, and his style reflects it. “I would describe my...
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Sophomore Garrett suffers from poor vision and chronic back pain from tiring 8 hour shifts, seven days a week, and sometimes overtime in front of his computer. During his working hours, he is usually found trolling his friends, contemplating life, and wondering what he should write for his Octagon bio. Although he is a firm disbeliever and absolutely detests going into overtime as his stingy employers refuse to pay him extra for his “neck-breaking” work, if the circumstances calls, he and his lovely assistant, Google, will actually do something productive for once. That includes practicing his cringeworthy Mock trial testimonies in front of his mirror, being the student council president’s pet with note taking functions, cold calling businesses for non-profit donations, and writing articles one day before it’s due for the greatest newspaper of all time. Although he would love to say that he is good at balancing his school life with his personal life, in all honesty, he really isn’t. Perhaps, it is finally time for him to start using a planner. After a long day of work, Garrett likes to finish his night by playing the piano, to his neighbors dismay, and then slip into bed right past midnight. Letting out a long sigh, Garrett claims he deserves a raise for his painstakingly hard work after all. If you are interested in being a part of his “busy” schedule and or would like to hear him ramble on about getting a raise, contact at email@example.com.