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24 with ‘24: Sophia Lander
24 with '24
24 with ‘24: Sophia Lander
Lydia Blackwell, Staff Reporter • April 23, 2024

24 with ’24 is a Chronicle series where we ask 24 questions to a member of the class of ’24. Between now and June, we’ll shine a spotlight...

Song of Daphne
Creative Writing
Song of Daphne
Heibein, Guest Reporter • April 22, 2024

What will you do, when he’s coming for you? Oh, Daphne. What will you do? He’s bright as the sun, nowhere to run. Oh, Daphne. What...

Career Profile: Jennifer Clark, Anthropologist at the Smithsonian
Career Exploration
Career Profile: Jennifer Clark, Anthropologist at the Smithsonian
Zack Dabrowski, Staff Reporter • April 22, 2024

It was a bright sunny day in East Africa and Jennifer Clark was about to make one of her coolest discoveries yet: the skeleton of a fossil elephant...

Koibots Get Loud at District Championships
Clubs & Extras
Koibots Get Loud at District Championships
Clara Golner, Staff Reporter • April 22, 2024

On Thursday, April 4, at 6 am, thirty-one ACC students and two adults boarded a bus to Petersburg, Virginia, for Chesapeake District Playoffs....

Career Profile: Cathy Pinskey, Director of Mason Facilities
Career Exploration
Career Profile: Cathy Pinskey, Director of Mason Facilities
Maggie Odar, Lead Designer, Reporter, Editor, Social Media Manager • April 22, 2024

Pursuing a career in architecture can often feel like putting all your eggs in one basket. However, Cathy Pinskey shows that architecture is...

24 with ’24: Kimberly Lovo

24 with ’24 is a Chronicle series where we ask 24 questions to a member of the class of ’24. Between now and June, we’ll shine a spotlight on each member of this year’s graduating class. Our goal is to feature all seniors from all ACC programs. Get started by completing this Google form, and reach out to Zack Dabrowski with any questions.

  1. How does it feel to be a senior in high school?
    • Depends on the day, currently I want to drop out
  2. Favorite moment at Arlington Tech
    • Getting to go home at the end of the day
  3. Best piece of advice you’ve received?
    •  To not take too many DE classes
  4. Advice you’d give to underclassmen
    • Don’t overwork yourself, only take the classes that you know you can handle
  5. Person who supported you the most through high school
    • Maria and Carter, but mostly Maria
  6. Favorite core class you’ve taken and why? 
    • Freshman Biology with Mr. Le
  7. Favorite elective?
    • Forensics
  8. What is your Capstone experience and how’s it going?
    • Interning at Girls Outreach Program with Maria, it’s pretty dope
  9. Any advice on Capstone you’d like to share?
    • Make sure to work at least 8 hours a week every week or else you won’t make your hours
  10. What would you like to be remembered for at Arlington Tech?
    • I really don’t know
  11. What grade did you enjoy the most?
    • Freshman
  12. What are you excited about for life after high school?
    • Getting out of here
  13. What is your top college choice?
    • Hopkins
  14. What field are you planning on going into?
    • Medical
  15. What is something you can’t live without?
    • Starbucks
  16. Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
    • Getting into med school in NYC
  17. If you could travel anywhere, where would you go?
    • Europe
  18. Favorite extracurricular activity
    • Sleeping
  19. Song that you have on repeat?
    • “Nonsense” by Sabrina Carpenter
  20. Favorite movie or TV show?
    • Grey’s Anatomy
  21. What is your favorite meal?
    • Breakfast
  22. What time do you go to bed on school nights?
    • 11 pm
  23. What motivates you?
    • Maria
  24. What is your greatest achievement?
    • Surviving this long
About the Contributor
Lydia Blackwell
Lydia Blackwell, Staff Reporter
Lydia is a sports reporter for the Chronicle and a senior at Arlington Tech. In her spare time, she enjoys reading and writing short stories. You can usually finding her walking in the woods or talking about thought experiments.