Meet Miege: Junior Grace Tucker


Junior Grace Tucker

Emma Vogt, staff writer

Q: Why did you choose to come to school here?

A: I chose to come to school here because I had some friends here, and I actually transferred mainly because of Covid reasons and Miege was doing a good job at keeping the school in person versus online and I hated online school. 


Q:What is your favorite class and why do you like it? 

A: Honestly, my favorite class was video production because we kind of got to be in charge of what we did in the projects and the projects were longer instead of a bunch of little assignments. We would get one big project and then have a whole month to work on it. We could kind of do whatever during class and it was fun to create our own thing. 


Q: How would you describe the Miege community?

A: I would probably describe the Miege community as inclusive and just kind in general. I feel like everyone gets along and there isn’t a ton of cliques here like there are at other schools. 


Q: What is a moment that sums up the Miege community to you?

A: I feel like everyone is just so supportive of each other like during the herd competitions when everyone gets so excited for their herd and cheers them on. 


Q: What is your favorite thing that you have been involved with at Miege?

A: Yearbook because I have been able to talk to more people and learn people’s names. Also it is really cool to be a part of something that so many people are going to keep for years and years.


Q: What has been the best moment during this school year for you?

A: Definitely the football games, those were electric. I had a great time at the football games especially because it was my first year watching any of them. 


Q: What made you like the football games so much?

A: It was really fun being with my friends in the stands and getting to cheer on all of the guys that I am friends with who play football.