The Talon Staff’s New Year’s Resolutions



Tommy Sato, Staff Writer

“I believe in habits and discipline rather than resolutions.”



Parker Poetsch, Staff Writer

“Probably to get better grades and be a good student.”



Jared Arenas, Quality Control Editor

“To some way find a way to be happier and find a way to feel better about myself, especially since the past year has been rough for so many people.”



Milana OliphantAssistant Editor

“To focus on my school work and preparing for college.” 



Kira Harmon, Staff Writer

“I don’t make New Year’s resolutions.  I believe you should be constantly working to make yourself better and happier and not just because the new year is about to start.”



Jacqueline Lemus-Govea, Staff Writer

“My New Year’s resolution would be to a less-anxious person by sort of living in the moment and not worrying too much about the future.”



Beatrice Byrd, Editor

“I want to cook at least one recipe a month out of the cookbook Mastering the Art of French Cooking by Julia Child.”



Aaron Valentine, Staff Writer

“I want to continue to make my relationships stronger and try to stay positive.”



Jaxen Price, Staff Writer

“My resolution is to get more sleep.”



Alexi Howard, Staff Writer

“My New Year’s Resolution is to get back into shape and to prepare for soccer even if its not 110% confirmed yet. Being in shape makes me feel so much happier with myself; it’s something I have been planning on doing for a while.”



Anne Haverkamp, The Talon’s Adopted Assistant Advisor

“My resolution is to increase my daily exercise from four days a week to five or six days a week.”



Jeff Stanek, The Talon Advisor 

“To make good health decisions including increasing my level of activity on a daily basis.”