Q/A with Freshman Caitlin Goodman


D. Rhody

By Danielle Rhody

Every month, I ask a HHS student or faculty 10 random questions to get to know them better. This month, I asked Freshman Caitlin Goodman.

Q: What is your favorite thanksgiving tradition?

A: “We really don’t have any. Other than my whole family gets together. We always stay home, and play games with each other.”

Q: What is your favorite animal? Why?

A: “Capybara because it’s basically like a guinea pig ten times bigger. They look like they are menacing, but they have no natural predators, so they are just chill animals. And when you pet them they purr. I just think they’re weird and adorable.”

Q: If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be and why?

A: “Probably England because I relate a lot to that culture. Since my dad and I are British, so we constantly have traditions that we do. We are a very English family.”

Q: If you could fix anything in the world, what would it be?

A: “I would want to fix all of the stigmas going around. I want everyone and everything to be equal and happy. I want to get rid of any bias of anything.”

Q: If you could go back and fix anything in your life, what would it be and why?

A: “I’d try to keep a lot of people in my life. I would try not to meet certain people.”

Q: What is your favorite movie right now?

A: “Well, I’m really excited to see the new Fantastic Beasts movie. I like Harry Potter in general.”

Q: What is your most prized possession?

A: “My dog tags because they are from both my grandpa and my dad, who were both in the war.”

Q: What is your favorite trip that you’ve been on?

A: “When I went to Florida and went to Universal Studios, which has Harry Potter world.”

Q: What is your favorite meal? Why?

A: “Anything Italian because I really like pasta and pasta. I’m a big pasta person because there are so many ways you can have it. Olive Garden, Noodles & Company, I love those places.”

Q: What is your favorite TV series to binge?

A: “Right now, Supernatural, because there are so many episodes. There are 13 seasons, and I’m only on season eight, so there are a lot to go. They’re never ending.”