April Student Q+A- Adina Rosenberg ’12

Adina Rosenberg '12

The Q+A- Until the end of the school year, we’re focusing on the seniors. Therefore, this month we’ll be interviewing only one senior – no teachers. This month we sat down with senior Adina Rosenberg.

Conducted by Leigh Jacobson


Common misconception about me: That I don’t curse. That I curl my hair every morning. That I’m not American.

Most creative gift, given and/or received: Given: Back in the day when it was ethically permissible to like Chris Brown, I made a music video/cover for a friend’s birthday. Received: My friend drove over 3000 miles to see me!

Movie you’ve seen most: Probably something along the lines of “She’s the Man.”

Book you’ve read the most: The Little Prince.

One thing I can’t live without: Conditioner.

What you wanted to be at age 10: An architect/artist/author/actress/astronaut. I had a thing for careers starting with “A.”

Favorite gadget: My retainer.

Teacher pet peeve: Busy work.

Procrastination technique: Personality quizzes on Naviance. Trust me, they exist.

Student hobby: Wasting time.

Favorite thing about being a senior: Senior Seminar! Duh.

Movie star you wish you could take to prom: Ezra Miller. Or Margaret Thatcher.

Topic you love but wouldn’t talk about in a college interview: Existentialism. Absurdism. The ABC Family show “Switched at Birth.”

Favorite classes you’ve taken at Milken: Integrated (eleventh and twelfth).

Funniest Hebrew word: Tzimtzum.

Most memorable learning experience: Studying.

Favorite Milken Trend: Hanging out in Dr. Schwartz’s office.

Most beloved/interesting item in your school bag: Silly putty.