The Register Forum

Alexander Deng
What elementary school did you go to?

Shady Hill School

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

Political Awareness Club, Model United Nations Club, and Track & Field

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

Al Capone. His influence on American culture and way of life are immeasurable. His persona along with his wild and shocking stories of a life not well documented would be enough justification on its own, but his legendary charisma and ability to manipulate would, in my opinion, make interviewing Scarface himself an experience that no other figure in history could offer.

Alexander Deng, Opinion Editor

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Alexander Deng