‘Best Personality’ shines through school

Willie Zempel
Feature Editor

Senior Brian Dugan stands with substitute teacher Tony Fitzpatrick in the hallway during school.  Photo by Alex Ring

Senior Brian Dugan stands with substitute teacher Tony Fitzpatrick in the hallway during school. Photo by Alex Ring

Senior Brian Dugan was voted having the “Best Personality” in the senior class. He said he is good with people because he became so good at interacting with strangers through all his Pokémon journeys.

“I think I won best personality because of my smile. My jawbones are crafted from diamonds,” Dugan said with a smile.

Dugan is a member of the ping pong club, Varsity tennis team, Thespians, chess club, history club and went to anime club once.

Dugan is known around school for having happy, sincere personality, which is why he was asked to emcee Mr. Webster and the talent show. Throughout both shows, he tried to use a pun in almost every sentence.

“I go up there and say what’s on my mind. If I want to talk about polar bears, I will talk about polar bears.”

Dugan said he talked about polar bears for over five minutes during the talent show.

Dugan was one of the seven nominees to give the commencement speech. He had one of the top speeches and will be a name reader at graduation.

“He looks good in short-shorts. Best personality needs to have good legs,” senior Will Burchett said.

Dugan loves puns, “Pokémon” and “Phineas and Ferb,” and he said he also enjoys a good use of quality alliteration. He also said he is triple jointed in all of his limbs.

Dugan plans to go to Mizzou for college and about what he is going to study, he said “I will be studying books.” For an actual answer, he said “I am going to study bidness (sic) because it’s all about the money, money, money.”

About social media, Dugan said, “I follow 20 bird accounts on Twitter because I like the way they tweet. I know it sounds fake, but it’s true. I think they are all European bird accounts because when I wake up I literally see a bunch of tweets,” Dugan said.

When people ask how to spell his name, Dugan said, “With a capital ‘B’ and a capital ‘D.’”



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