Humans of Sophomore Honors: Grace Allen

My interview with Grace Allen was short and intriguing. I got to learn what she would change in her life, and how she wants to be remembered.

By Dylan E. from Eureka High School in California

“ The hardest thing I’ve ever had to do is go through with life after things got really hard, be able to bounce back from the whole COVID thing.”

“ I would change so many things, first of all, I wouldn’t have downloaded Snapchat in 7th grade there’s a lot of reasons for that. And I would’ve been nicer to my family growing up.”

“I wanna be remembered as someone who’s changed the community, who has given women a voice and people who don’t have a voice a voice.”

Eureka High School

Soph Honors, 1st Period

Sophomore Honors English

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