January Student Q+A- Bryan Besharat ’11

Bryan Besharat

The Q+A- one student, one teacher, each month. This month we sat down with senior Bryan Besharat.

Conducted by Leigh Jacobson
Spotlight Editor

Common misconception about me:

That once a month I capture a 7th Grader and hide him in my locker releasing him once every 4 days so he can feed.

Nope, doesn’t happen. I promise.

Most creative gift, given or received:

The gift of love I give to everyone I encounter.

Movie you’ve seen most:

Planes, Trains, and Automobiles

Book you’ve read the most:

The Outsiders

One thing I can’t live without:


What you wanted to be at age 10:

An Astronaut Farmer

Favorite gadget:


Teacher pet peeve:

When the lesson is over before the period ends and they don’t let you out because 5 minutes is too early.

When you ask them if they graded your assignment and they respond with, “Teachers have lives outside of school” then proceed to bombard you with work.

Procrastination technique:

Myspace…lol jk Facebook

Student hobby:

Every week I re-organize the library with Mr. Tyler using the Dewey Decimal system.

Favorite thing about being a senior:

January 14th!!!!

Movie star you wish you could take to prom:

Kim Kardashian, Brooklyn Decker, and Megan Fox. All Three. At the same time…..together

Topic you love but wouldn’t talk about in a college interview:

My adept procrastination techniques.

Favorite classes you’ve taken at Milken:

Algebra and Geometry with Mrs. Daranyi, Comparative Literature with Dr. Ayres, Bio Honors with Mr. Lieb,  Anything with Mr. Lawrence.

Funniest Hebrew word:


Most memorable learning experience:

In 10th grade History when a student thought that Mussolini was a pasta.

Most purchased item in student store:


Favorite Milken trend:

Naviance and the Eco Blue Cubes.

Most beloved/interesting item in your school bag: