Would you rather?

Kellie Wambold

Junior Jack Tierney “I’d prefer to go out and people-watch because it’s more interesting that way. You get to go out and judge people instead of having them judge you.”

[/media-credit] Junior Jack Tierney
“I’d prefer to go out and people-watch because it’s more interesting that way. You get to go out and judge people instead of having them judge you.”

Senior Luis Rodriguez “I’m more of a people-watcher so I can watch what other people are doing before I do it, so I don’t end up making a mistake.”

[/media-credit] Senior Luis Rodriguez
“I’m more of a people-watcher so I can watch what other people are doing before I do it, so I don’t end up making a mistake.”

Senior Zach Tazalla “I’d rather be the person people-watching because it’s fun to see people out of context and see people interact. You can go off to the side and forget about your own life.”

[/media-credit] Senior Zach Tazalla
“I’d rather be the person people-watching because it’s fun to see people out of context and see people interact. You can go off to the side and forget about your own life.”

Senior Amanda Reyes “I’d rather people-watch, not in a creepy way, but just be observant. I’ve been the person that people watch and it kind of creeps me out being watched.”

[/media-credit] Senior Amanda Reyes
“I’d rather people-watch, not in a creepy way, but just be observant. I’ve been the person that people watch and it kind of creeps me out being watched.”