The Q+A- two students, two faculty members, each month. This month we sat down with senior Lizzie Heyman.
Conducted by Leigh Jacobson
Common misconception about me: That I’m crazy. I spend my weekends curled up in bed with my cat.
Most creative gift, given or received: Someone made me a a scrapbook with quotes and pictures that related to our friendship; it was really sweet.
Movie you’ve seen most: Despicable Me, Mean Girls or Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
Book you’ve read the most: The Perks of Being a Wallflower, by Stephen Chobsky.
One thing I can’t live without: Music, and oxygen, nutrition, you know, the usual stuff…
What you wanted to be at age 10: A Veterinarian Rock Star… I had wild dreams.
Favorite gadget: My phone… typical but true.
Teacher pet peeve: I have no problem with the homework you give me, unless you didn’t teach me how to do it.
Procrastination technique: The internet…
Student hobby: Singing and acting…
Favorite thing about being a senior: School ends March 30 – I don’t think you can beat that.
Movie star you wish you could take to prom: James Franco.
Topic you love but wouldn’t talk about in a college interview: Mystical creatures and politics.
Favorite classes you’ve taken at Milken: Any of my English classes and Lybroan’s math class.
Funniest Hebrew word: Neta.
Most memorable learning experience: I spent last summer in Israel – definitely the most life-changing and memorable experience of my life.
Favorite Milken trend: The Fruit Cart and @milkenproblems.
Most beloved/interesting item in your school bag: My Moleskine.