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This week I met Millie Herrera a third year student with a major in marketing, but she is planning on switching it to liberal arts. The reason she wants to switch majors is because she would like to a teacher and interact with students. She tends to be always surrounded by kids and they bring her a lot of joy. She commutes to school from Norwalk and she went to Artesia High School.

We both have in common that we love playing soccer but had to stop once we graduated high school. We also have in common that we are Annual Pass holders for Disneyland, and we love it. Her favorite character is Belle from Beauty and The Beast and her favorite rides are Space Mountain and Pirates of the Caribbean.

She also enjoys reading by far one of her favorite book is called ” The Summer I Turned Pretty” by Jenny Han. She likes cooking but to be specific baking and she enjoys watching old fashioned movies. She gave up meat so her favorite food is seafood and her favorite dessert is chocolate ice cream.

The question of the week was if tattoo’s are a form of  art and if it matters the way you design. Millie does think that a tattoo is a form of art and that it does matter to her to pick it out her design of her own. If she were to get a tattoo she would get an Aztec or Mayan symbol because it would be  a representation of her culture, since she is half Mexican and Guatemalan.  It was pleasure having the opportunity to meet  Millie.

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