Learning Luu

Sophomore Thong Luu is an interesting personality that is curious about the world and what it has to offer for him in the future.

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Q: What’s your name and how do you spell it?

A: Thong Luu.

Q: What grade are you in?

A: I’m a sophomore.

Q: How did your parents come up with the name Thong?

A: I’m Vietnamese so you know (pronounced tong).

Q: What are you passionate about?

A: I’m passionate about exploring.

Q: Where do you see yourself in 10 years?

A: Probably somewhere in the world designing something.

Q: What is your greatest strength?

A: My greatest strength is being relatable with others.

Q: What are some of your hobbies outside of school?

A: I like to take photos of things I feel are the most beautiful, also I like to stay and have a chill relax

day until I realize I got life responsibilities to take care of.

Q: Who are your role models?

A: I would say my role models are the FaZe youtubers.

Q: Why are they your role models?

A: They have such a positive lifestyle and they seem to get a grip of any situation they’re in and then

learn from it.

Q: What is your greatest struggle?

A: My greatest struggle is my laziness.

Q: What do you aspire to be?

A: I aspire to be someone that’s just going around to find the answers to my curiosity in the world.

Q: Give me an example of a time you succeeded.

A: The time I succeeded was when I hit a goal in soccer during a match in 7 th , I felt really proud of

myself because I had doubts that it would go in.

Q: What are one of your goals that you wish to accomplish by the end of the school year?

A: I’m not sure about my goals at the end of the school year because there’s so many I want to

achieve, but I’d say my goals would be to be successful towards the end.

Q: What college are you going to and why?

A: If I had to choose I would say Iowa University or Iowa State.

Q: What are some things that you are going to do during break?

A: Probably chill or something, I’ll find something to do.

Q: Do you have a job?

A: I am currently looking for one.

Q: Give me an example of a time you failed?

A: I usually never fail but that one Japanese test got me.

Q: What made you fail?

A: I was lazy so I procrastinated too much.

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