Resolving to make our resolutions

We asked students and faculty about their ambitions for the New Year

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Gazebo Photo by Sabina Ajjan

Grey Faulkner’s resolution is to “text back” when someone texts him

“Drink more water and be healthier because I have to transition to a healthier lifestyle, especially when traveling.” – Rushab Patel, junior

“My New Year’s resolution is to gain weight for football.” – McKinley Thompson, junior

“My New Year’s resolution is to be nicer to Durso in home room.” – Mrs. Shannon Boswell, math teacher

Tie my shoes in a new, interesting way.”

— Hampton Tiller, sophomore

 

“I have given up on New Year’s resolutions because I know I’m not gonna follow through with it anymore.” – Sai Pagadala, junior

“My New Year’s resolution is to try new things.” – Sophie Denisar, sophomore

 “Tie my shoes in a new, interesting way.” – Hampton Tiller, sophomore

“My New Year’s resolution is to try better in school.” – Katherine Hamilton, junior

“To be nicer to my mom and family and everyone.” – Anna Grace Grossnickle, sophomore

 “Watch two Georgia teams win championships. Dawgs by 40. Dirty Birds by 7.” – Michael Hicks, senior

“I am going to practice living a healthier lifestyle.” – Layne Davis, junior

”I wanna get better grades.” – Holland Schell, junior

“To be better at texting back.” – Grey Faulkner, sophomore

“To be more positive because I’ve always been so hard on myself” – Vivian Duong, junior

“My New Year’s resolution is to spend more time with my friends and to finish the workout at swim.” – Mimi Rader, freshman

“I want to do some more running but I doubt I’ll actually end up doing anything.” – Dylan Yurgalavage, sophomore