Sophomore Saturday: Lorelai Sell


Courtesy of Sell

Lorelai Sell is a Sophomore at Huron High School. This year she played on the JV volleyball team.

Anna Esper, Staff Writer

Q: Tell us a little bit about yourself and what hobbies/sports you do.

A: “I’m Lorelai, I’m a sophomore and I play volleyball. Some of my hobbies include reading, crocheting, and baking.”


Q: After spending a year with classmates virtually, what’s it been like to finally see people in person? 

A: “It’s been really nice and weird. It has been nice to see my friends face to face everyday and weird seeing people whose names I recognize from my online classes. I imagined what they looked like and now that I see them they are the total opposite of that.”


Q: Who helped you the most in getting through last year and why? 

A: “My friends and family helped me the most. If I needed any help my mom was just downstairs and my friends were a call away.”


Q: Describe something about coming back to school in person that has surprised you?

A: “I was surprised that having a block schedule was a lot more draining than having seven classes in person. Just being at home everyday felt like my life was on repeat and boring. With in-person there is a lot more variety in my day.”


Q: Which of your classes are you most excited for and why?

A: “I was the most excited for my food class. I really enjoy baking and cooking and this class allows me to learn more about both. I definitely would recommend taking a food class.”


Q: What are your thoughts about personal project? When do you think you’ll get started on your work?

A: “I really enjoy personal project. I enjoyed the process of learning how to crochet my blanket and I really love my teacher. I started my project the first week of October and I finished it the last week of November.”


Q: If you could change one thing from your freshman self, what would it be? 

A: “I would put myself out there more and not worry as much because everything is going to be okay. ”