Student Q & A: Eytan Wallace ’14


Avi Sholkoff

Staff Writer 

Movie you’ve seen most:

Pursuit of Happyness

One thing I can’t live without:

NBC4 News

Favorite thing about being a senior: 

I don’t like the fact that seniors are always in power. I love being able to change this tradition, and by taking on the role of the freshman class, which includes picking up trash and taking the heat for problems that do not apply directly to me.

Movie star you wish you could take to prom:

President Bush. He is a warrior for the ages, and I thank him for the services he did for the country. I also happen to love our current governor, Edmund (Jerry) G. Brown.

Favorite classes you’ve taken at Milken:

Milken Video News, AP Government, and PE with Coach Whiting.

Funniest Hebrew word:

Tapooach. The word sounds funny and the meaning (apple) is even funnier. Remember, an apple a day keeps the doctor away!

Most purchased item in Student Store

Ice Cream Sandwich. Fern once recommended it to me, and I could never stop buying it since.

Favorite Milken Trend: 

Saving the Torahs during the fire drills.

Where do you sit at lunch:

I sit at the senior area near the dean’s hall, spying on Ms. Landau.

If you could define yourself as a fruit, what would it be:

Strawberry. I’m a California man, and California is the number one producer of strawberries in the world. Don’t you just love California?!!

What historical figure do you identify most with: 

President Reagan. President Reagan was the last serving president from California, and his state of the union addresses were truly memorable and funny! He also helped bring down the Soviet Union, and deserves credit where credit is due.


NBC. NBC4 News: They don’t just report breaking news, THEY OWN IT!

Explain your favorite type of weather:

Partly cloudy skies in the high 60’s with a 20-30% chance of moderate showers. This type of weather can combine for a beautiful day of sun, rain, and possibly even a rainbow!

If you had to leave America, where would you go:

Canada. People often underestimate the greatness of Canada. I absolutely love Canada’s prime minister, Stephen Harper!

Miley or Hannah: 

Hannah. Miley Cyrus is a bad influence on children whereas Hannah Montana is a good girl.

Chuck Henry or Brian Williams: 

Definitely Chuck. He may mess up a lot, but at least he recovers in a professional manner. I leave you with these words, “Jacket on, jacket off.”