Senior Feature Q&A: Jane Wang

Aya Long, Reporter

Q: Name/Staff Position

A: Jane Wang / Online Media Editor

Q: Why did you decide to join the Catamount staff?

A: I wanted to be a part of a group that links the BHS community to the world at large, reporting on things that are important to all of us.

Q: What have you published in the paper (article, art, design, etc) that you’re most proud of, and why?

A: I think I am most proud of the Valentine’s Day doubletruck that we published this year, which I designed and to which I contributed an article. It was a great way to exercise my art muscles as well as offer a little input on how the dating landscape has changed in the past decade. I’m also quite proud of the article I cowrote with Téa on consent at the beginning of the year.

Q: Describe a memorable experience working on the Catamount (maybe an interview, a deadline, a late night work session, a memorable quote, etc):

A: The doubletruck on consent that we made at the beginning of the year – I worked with Téa and Michael to coordinate reports and interviews, and it felt like a really dramatic and intense investigation.

Q: Describe any regrets/frustrations with losing the final 3 print issues of the Catamount your senior year. What would you have wanted to publish in print?

A: I feel like I missed out on a lot of magnificent and entertaining and madly stressful press days. I would have loved to design another doubletruck, to write opinion articles about what’s going on at school, to pore through the map of colleges that seniors will be attending next year.

Q: What are your plans for next year and beyond?

A: I’m committed to UCLA as a political science major, and I am thinking about going to law school.

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