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5 Questions With Hoboken High's Salutatorian

Alexandra Yoon-Hendricks wants to join theater and 'The Daily Californian' when she starts next year at the University of California-Berkeley.

Alexandra Yoon-Henricks (Contributed photo)
Alexandra Yoon-Henricks (Contributed photo)
She hasn't yet conquered the "dragon" of procrastination, but Alexandra Yoon-Hendricks is ready to take the next step when she heads to the University of California-Berkeley next year.

But first she'll deliver the salutatorian address at the Hoboken High School's Class of 2014 graduation ceremony Wednesday evening.

Yoon-Henricks, an active member of the Hoboken High Theater Co., considered attending NYU, the University of Chicago and George Washington University before selecting Cal-Berkeley.

A three-time national award-winning member of the Harvard Model Congress, Yoon-Hendricks also served as the editor-in-chief of "The Redwing Reader," president of the student council and has worked for "Sex, Etc.," a teen sexuality health magazine.

Yoon-Hendricks plans to join theater and "The Daily Californian" while at college.

Find out more about Yoon-Henricks:

What are you most looking forward to in college? 10 a.m. classes

What will you miss most about high school? The variety of opportunities HHS offered me, allowing me to meet the coolest people on planet Earth and do equally cool things with them. 

What has been your greatest challenge? Procrastination is a dragon I have yet to slay in my life. I predict the dragon will only grow fatter with the college meal plan. 

What do you expect your emotions to be like on graduation day? I will be overwhelmed with emotions ranging from pure joy to quiet melancholy. Also, probably frustrated because I'll look like a giant marshmallow. 

What's your message to the Class of 2014? Live long and prosper. I wish you all the happiness and success in the world. 

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