I interviewed Daniel Cadenas, a senior, the following questions:
A name change request can come about because a person does not like his or her name as given at birth; perhaps they’d prefer something more or less unique rather than a homespun name that combined parents’ names.
Question 1: If you had to change your name, what would your new name be, and why would you choose that name?
DANIEL – “If I had to choose a new name, it would be Danny instead of Daniel because it sounds sweeter and not as if someone is really mad at me.”
Let’s face it, we’ve all had some injuries that were caused by less than dignified circumstances. So let’s here one of many stories! Everyone loves a good cringe-worthy story.
Question 2: What is the dumbest way you have been injured?
DANIEL – “When I was attempting to do a trick on my skateboard, I was holding a Monster in my hand and I almost landed the trick but I tripped; I lost my balance and fell head first. To top it all off, my Monster spilled all over me and I was sticky for the rest of the day, yet overall sad because I love Monster and it was half full”
We all have plenty of questions we want answers to.
Question 3: If you could know the absolute and total truth to one question, what question would you ask?
DANIEL – “Did Kurt Cobain really commit suicide or was he murdered? I want to know the truth to this question because, for starters, he is one of the most iconic and influential rock musicians in the history of alternative music. Plus, I believe the shot gun was too long to kill him and I think his wife, Courtney Love, murdered him.
It is relatable to know how strict parents really are.
Question 4: On a scale of 1-10, how strict are your parents?
DANIEL – “On a scale of 1-10, my parents would be considered an 8 because when they give me a curfew, they expect me to get there exactly at that time. If I am not there by that time, they call me until I answer and they expect me to get home right away after they have already yelled at me enough through the phone. But wait, there’s more. When I get home, they give me a whole lecture about being responsible and trustworthy, and they even threaten me about not being able to go out anymore.”
Despite its inevitability, most of us know very little about how we may die, yet , many want to know.
Question 5: Would you want to know how you die?
DANIEL – “Honestly, I would not want to know how I die because then I would be afraid of living life, and if I try to stop how I do die, it would be worthless because everything happens for a reason and is already destined to happen.”