The Register Forum

Oscar Berry
What elementary school did you go to?

International School of Boston

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

Tennis Team, Model UN, History Club, Local Democratic Politics, Participatory Budgeting Committee

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

I would interview David Hume, a Scottish philosopher of human nature in the 18th century. His works, which I have read, prompt questions about both the purpose of the human experience, how we are designed to live it, and how our biology, more than anything else, shape the societies we create and the belief systems we live by, painting a dark but compelling view of our nature. These theories have broadened my mind and led to thousands of unanswered questions that I love to ask of him if I ever could.

Oscar Berry, Opinion Editor

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