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Andrew Mello
What elementary school did you go to?


What other activities are you involved in at CRLS and/or in the community?

None really

If you could interview anyone, dead of alive, who would it be and WHY?

Without a doubt my favorite director Stanley Kubrick. He’s made some of the most influential movies of all time, but he never did interviews. He’s a completely enigmatic figure to all but his close circle, Spielberg included, so I’d like to pick his brain since nobody else ever really got to

Andrew Mello, Arts & Entertainment Editor

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