Dossier: Sophomore Noah Wagener


Josalyn Turner

Sophomore Noah Wagener

Josalyn Turner, Photographer

Noah Wagener is a sophomore at Gibson Southern. He is part of the cross country and swim team. He is also a part of the Gibson Southern Theatre Department. 


Southerner: What is your favorite color?

Wagener: “My favorite color, I think, would probably be red. I don’t know, I just really like the color red.”

Southerner: If you could be an animal for a day, what would you be?

Wagener: “A wolf, because you’re always in a pack, so I’d always have someone to be around.”

Southerner: What is your favorite thing to do over the weekends?

Wagener: “Go over to my friend’s houses and play games.”

Southerner: What do you want to be when you grow up?

Wagener: “I’m not really quite sure yet but it’s either going to be something in the science field or the computer science field.”

Southerner: What is your biggest dream or goal in life?

Wagener: “My biggest dream or goal in life is just to start a family and have a stable job.”

Southerner: What do you think is the most important quality for a teacher to have?

Wagener: “That they are able to clearly go over a topic to where everyone can understand.”

Southern: How would your friends or relatives describe you?

Wagener: “Funny, smart, athletic, and that’s really it.”

Southerner: What is your favorite school subject?

Wagener: “Spanish because it’s just really easy.”

Southerner: What’s your favorite quote?

Wagener: “‘Sometimes good people make bad choices, but it doesn’t mean that they’re bad people. It just means they’re human.’ I like that because it just shows how human nature really is. It doesn’t matter if you do a bad thing, you can still be a good person.”

Southerner: What’s your catchphrase?

Wagener: “I say a lot of things. I say this all the time. ‘I don’t know, man.’ That’s one big one.”