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Student Spotlight: Daisy Rodriguez

Laken Haggard, Reporter

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Daisy Rodriguez is a freshman at Irma Lerma Rangel Young Women’s Leadership School
. She has been attending the school since 6th grade.

Daisy describes herself as an awkward person who can be shy at times. While on the contrary her friends describe her as a little awkward, but mostly energetic, and ‘lit’ because she really enjoys going dancing and always wants to go out. She enjoys being with her friends, and even said that if she were famous she would want to be famous for having a YouTube Channel along with her friends.

In daisy’s free time she enjoys listening to music and drawing. A song she enjoys is “Baby Come Home To” by the “Neighbourhood.” Daisy does not have many secrets, but a fact that most people would probably not know about her is that she’s a big Harry Potter fan.

In 10 years Daisy hopes to see herself succeeding in medical school, and if she could meet a famous person along the way it would be football (soccer) player, Lionel Messi.

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