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Humans Of Grandview: Mina Son

Humans Of Grandview: Mina Son

March 2, 2020

"When I was younger, I didn't really know what I wanted to do, and then my sister got me into music. I like to sing. I sing anything, actually, anything that I like, but I hate country or yodeling. It makes me cringe, it just makes me cringe. Basically all my hobbies came from my sister because she insp...

Humans of Grandview: Presley Shaw

Humans of Grandview: Presley Shaw

January 30, 2020

"I’m tall, white, I have blonde hair and blue eyes, but I like to say that I’m outgoing because I make a lot of friends. I feel good about myself sometimes, depending on the day and the people who are with me, because if other people are in a bad mood, it puts me in a bad mood and not feel good ab...

Humans of Grandview: Maya Epstein

Humans of Grandview: Maya Epstein

December 16, 2019

"I’m Maya and I like to write and I like to help other people so a few years ago I decided to create a blog called the Avocado and Me. I write about mental health ‘cause I think it’s a really important subject that’s taboo and not addressed in society and it's something that all of us have. ...

HUMANS OF GRANDVIEW: Isaac Williams

HUMANS OF GRANDVIEW: Isaac Williams

November 7, 2019

“I always fear making some kind of a mistake so I always take things slow so I can make sure there’s only a little risk of doing something. I don’t think I have any regrets. I can never define a moment in high school where I look back and think ‘I shouldn’t have done that,’ because I always...

HUMANS OF GRANDVIEW: ALEISHA WALDRON

HUMANS OF GRANDVIEW: ALEISHA WALDRON

November 6, 2019

 I’m a self-taught dancer.  I usually come and do dance covers I see online. [I do] hip-hop. [I think I got into dancing because] I was seeing other people dance online, so I was like, “I wanna do it,” but it kinda takes time, you know? And I would say I made more progress during summer than I d...

Humans of Grandview: Leila Stanton

Humans of Grandview: Leila Stanton

October 2, 2019

"My dad is Hispanic but people say, ‘You’re too white to be Mexican.’ It’s not just based on skin color.  After I became really good friends with a few of my close friends they were like, ‘My first impression of you was that you were the stereotypical white girl.’ Honestly, I can tell w...

Humans of Grandview: Sebastian Bermudaz

Humans of Grandview: Sebastian Bermudaz

September 5, 2019

"I’m trying to become a mechanic. What I like about [cars] is their complexity. Basically you can do anything with a car as long as you know how to work a car. My brother introduced me to cars. I had to switch out a suspension because the car was not gonna work. I try to do it every week or so to tr...

Humans of Grandview: Dylan Curry

Humans of Grandview: Dylan Curry

September 4, 2019

"I’m Dylan Curry. I live in Aurora, Colorado, but I was born near Seoul, South Korea. I was adopted super quick because white people love little fat asian babies. My birth parents were college students, and I was born out of wedlock . I am a senior and I plan to go to CSU and major in Biology and Zoology....

Humans of Grandview: Tiyanna Russell

Humans of Grandview: Tiyanna Russell

August 30, 2019

“I play softball. I throw during track and field. My favorite class, I would say... would be gourmet foods.  I’m African-American. My culture is from Africa.  I’ve felt racism, especially at Grandview. My first year here, I experienced my first white boy saying the N-word and I did rea...

Humans of Grandview: Brayden Snelgrobe

Humans of Grandview: Brayden Snelgrobe

August 30, 2019

"I’ve struggled with depression since I was 10 years old. Anxiety and depression. I’ve had a lot of health problems. I missed half of seventh and eighth grade. I’ve struggled with narcotics abuse so that's pretty tough...but I find happiness in helping other people. I think that’s just one of th...

Humans of Grandview: Felicia Tay

Humans of Grandview: Felicia Tay

April 25, 2019

"It was  June 21, 2018, when I started [an Instagram dance account] off a whim. I knew there were coverists out there, and it was kinda cool cause I learn so many dances myself--and then it started getting  momentum I’ve used dance as part of exercise and a stress reliever from school, so I woul...

Humans of Grandview: Orezi Ogbe

Humans of Grandview: Orezi Ogbe

March 12, 2019

“Basically every other culture other than America has a huge emphasis on respect. My parents will go ballistic even if I don't like greet someone when they [someone] enters a house. I will have to move and stop what I'm doing to say ‘hi’ to them. I will also have to say it in Nigerian if they a...

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