Emma Naysmith, Editor in Chief

How many years have you been a Bangor Slater? 

I have been at Bangor for 13 years. 

Where do you plan to attend college and what will you be studying? What do you want to do as a future career? 

I plan to attend Eastern University and study psychology; I want to become a clinical psychologist. 

List the sports, activities, clubs, etc. you did while you were at Bangor High School. 

I played soccer all four years. 

What three positive words would your friends use to describe you? 

Dependable, caring, and selfless.  

Who will you remember most in Bangor and why? 

Mrs. Fullwood because she was the best teacher; no one will ever top her. 

What is your best high school memory and why? 

Sophomore year when we won Clash of the Classes. It was an eventful day and funny because the seniors didn’t win. 

What is your worst high school memory and why? 

When Mr. Panczer gave me a zero on my paper because he said I cheated” WHEN I DIDN’T. 

Which band could play the soundtrack to your high school career and why? 

This question is too hard. 

If there were a movie or TV show made about your high school days, which actor would play your part and why? 

Spencer from ICarly because he is always having fun and doing his own thing. He always says stupid stuff and lives a stress-free life. 

When you arrive at school in the morning, where is the first place you want to go and why? 

Right back to my car to sleep until 10, 7:20 is too early. 

Who influenced you most during high school and why? 

Julia Dowd. 100%. She always convinced me to procrastinate with my schoolwork and told me I didn’t have to try very hard because the teachers wouldn’t even notice. She was right… 

Where do you predict you’ll end up ten years from now and why? 

Hopefully I am a clinical psychologist with my own office. 

Which event, events will you miss the most and why? 

I will miss all of the pep rallies. Seeing everyone come together and be proud to be a Slater always gave me chills. 

What is your favorite quote to live by and why? 

One day at a time.” My grandpa would always say it and it stuck with me.