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« on: August 23, 2020, 07:24:24 am »
Villa Maria Academy senior Caroline Cooney is Main Line Student each week with video

(A man or woman, Cooney is a countrywide Merit semifinalist, admin of pretty spanish girls Villa Maria's Math Honor Society, And a member of the nation's Honor Society as well as Villa's Latin Honor Society. An AP college student, She is captain of Villa Maria's x-country team. Last vacation, Her assignment trip was to El Salvador.)

Main Line materials News (MLMN): Tell us sort of about your mission trip to El Salvador last June. What surprised you most with that country? What was the most important thing you learned there?

Caroline Cooney: My trip to El Salvador was eight of the most wonderful days of my life. I had never gone along to El Salvador, Or even heard of advertised,anybody, And I could speak generally speaking no Spanish. The poverty level there is ridiculous. I ended up seeing "residences" For entire families small compared to my bedroom. The people ended up being grateful for anything used work gloves, Umbrellas, Old t-shirts. What was more spanish babes phenomenal, life style, Was how indisputably happy and loving the El Salvadorians were. the kids were happy just to run around or color with us. The adults I worked next to of, Digging trenches and setting the muse for a house, Were happy to teach me words in Spanish as I taught them their English counterpart. In just over a week, I made romances that I will forever hold in my heart. Our motto for the trip has stayed with me at night since: Live simply so others should live.

Cooney: There are so many extensive uses for science in everyday life and so many career paths that open up by dedicating myself to science. Science works to explain several the smallest particles to the vastness of the universe. It is growing, having, And advancing with new research and the deposition of new theories

MLMN: What interested you to study Latin?

Cooney: Latin interested me mostly since it's different. Spanish and French are still in use and widespread today. Latin is a 'dead' appropriate language, But that doesn't mean it's useless. It's the basis of many of the languages. The study of Latin also involves study of ancient Greece and Rome and stories such as Aeneid and the story of Perseus that I would not learn about otherwise.

MLMN: Is there a career path that currently interests you?

Cooney: I'm looking to do something in the medical field. I originally wanted to be a cardiovascular system surgeon, But I recently discovered an interest in biomedical engineering and biotechnology, that is growing replacement organs or genetic engineering.

MLMN: What is the perfect book?

Cooney: it's tough to pick, But i may say either "the novel Thief" past Markus Zusak, Which is about a young girl in Nazi Germany told from the mindset of Death, or perhaps "Atlas Shrugged" after Ayn Rand, Which explores the effect on society when its greatest inventors and affiliate marketers withdraw from society. any particular one is pretty long, greater than 1,000 posts and articles, But it was one of those books that make you feel about your own views, And questions a lot about military and society.

MLMN: Tell us info on about your brother Tim, A pitcher who attends Wake Forest university and was drafted in the third round by the St. Did you are free to see him pitch very often?

Cooney: I'm so proud of my brother and how far baseball has taken him. I was busy this the summer months, So in no way thought got to see him play in Batavia, But our kids did. in addition, I saw him pitch for Wake so often. city, va and Maryland to see him play. fairly normal to see nerve wracking to watch but still always a great experience.

MLMN: What is the cross country venue? As a chief, Do you think it's more essential to be a vocal leader, Or a pacesetter by example?

Cooney: the most popular venue is the course at Lehigh University, the positioning for our district meet. it's a good course to run, Not as well hilly, And it's easy to cheer on during the junior varsity race. As a chief, I try to be vocal when prepared to be quiet and focus, Because I think the message superior coming from me than coming from my coach. it's also important to lead by example, truth, Because if I don't take it seriously, No you'll.