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Bears of Berkley – Junior, Grace Comstock

Tyann Eades

Q: When you were asked what you wanted to be when you grew up as a kid, what did you say?

A: Fashion designer. I thought it was super cool, and I was a bit of a fashionista as a kid. I remember my mom bought me these little sticker packs that I could dress up my dolls with.

Q: What do you want to be now?

A: Now I would say I want to be a café owner.

Q: Reflect on a time when you challenged an idea or came up with a new one. What prompted you to act? Would you make the same decision again?

A: For BeDrama’s Haunted Theater, J Hops said “All tickets will be $5 dollars”, but I was like “Let’s make a $10 option for people who want to go through multiple times” and it worked really well because lots of people went in multiple times. I would do it again because we earned a lot of money that way.

Q: How has your life been different from what you’d imagined?

A: I thought that high school would be so easy and super awesome, but it has proven itself to be challenging. But at the same time, I overestimated the difficulty of junior year, because so far it’s been okay.

Q: Who are your best friends? What are they like? How have they impacted your life?

A: Hannah Collins. Also Tamsin Considine, Tyann Eades, and Angelina Sehi. They’re so awesome, cool, and fun. They’re always there for me, and we have a lot in common. They got me through some tough times.

Q: Who is your favorite relative and why?

A: My dog, Nellie. She’s my only real one. I credit her in all of my theatre programs.

Q: Describe how your style communicates/shows people who you are

A: I like to wear fun outfits because I think it’s important to let loose and be silly, so I think people can tell how silly I can be.

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Tyann Eades
Tyann Eades, Entertainment Editor
Hi everybody! My name is Tyann and I'm the entertainment editor this year. I've been a part of the Spectator staff for two years now, joining to fuel my passion for journalistic writing. I enjoy writing articles about TV shows and movies, things going on in our school, social issues, and opinion pieces. When I'm not typing away on my laptop, I can usually be found singing somewhere. I've been doing choir since elementary school and am a part of BHS’ show choir ensemble Encore! I also love listening to music (practically any genre) and reading a good book. This year, I'm most excited to see what new stories the world will present us with. Journalism is a form of writing that really goes with the times and relies on what's going on in the world around us, so I'm curious as to what will occur that our publication can write about. My go-to Donut Cutter order is the classic glaze, but I'm looking to try something new this year at least once.

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