Brianna Skildum

Brianna Skildum, a sophomore at Roosevelt High School in Minneapolis, is a graduate of ThreeSixty’s 2012 fall NewsTeam. In her freetime, Brianna enjoys politics, hip-hop music, writing lyrics, and as part of Doomtree’s residency at Roosevelt, performed with the local group on stage. She has written about the Native American mascot controversy and school safety issues for ThreeSixty. Hometown: Minneapolis Favorite author: Orson Scottcard Favorite musician(s): Gym Class Heroes Favorite places/things to do in the Twin Cities: Volleyball and singing. If you could interview anyone (living) who would it be? A popular kid, because we don’t often hear their side of the story. What do you like about writing? Everything! What issues are important to you? Politics and music What is your ideal future career? Journalist If you could go anywhere in the world, where would you go? Spain, because it’s so different What are your special talents? Singing and writing What do you do when you’re not at school? Play volleyball



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