Hello! My name is Kelsey Pereira. I am currently a freshman here at SBRHS and I just began writing for The Breeze in November. When I’m not keeping up with my studies or writing, you can find me buried deeply in a book, listening to some amazing music, or at the ice rink, figure-skating. I’m very excited to finally write and co-edit the school newspaper!
Chad O’Brien’s favorite subject is English; writing is probably his best natural talent. He enjoys golfing (although he isn’t very good at it) and creative writing on his free time. He also likes to make people laugh whenever he gets the chance, and he is excited about writing for The Breeze for his second year in a row.
Currently a senior at SBRHS, Brianna is new addition to The Breeze staff and eager to share her take on fashion. She is very passionate about art, and for her fashion is a form of art and an excellent outlet for expression. For the many that probably do not know, Brianna also is a ballet dancer, an avid reader, a music lover, and a fan of any movie directed by John Hughes. Dedicated to her school, she hurdles for Somerset Berkley’s track and field team, is a member of the student council’s E-Board this year, and enjoys helping with school activities such as Case Rally.
Hey there! I’m Tim, a sophomore at Somerset-Berkley Regional High School. I am in the opinion/news/artwork sections of The Breeze. I write poetry and short stories independently. My interests include playing the saxophone, karate, yoga and running. I am really looking forward to participating in The Breeze.
Alexander (AJ) Martin is a sophomore at Somerset Berkley Regional High School and is with the graduating class of 2015. This is his second year writing movie/film reviews for the Somerset Berkley Breeze and is one of the two Editors In Training. He is also the Editor of the Arts and Entertainment section and overall, a nice guy. He’s mostly into movies and other nerdy stuff, but is also very funny (or at least he thinks so) and an over all good-student/writer.
Daniel Baker is a part of the class of 2015 at SBRHS. This is his second year writing for The Breeze. He mainly writes film reviews for The Breeze. He is currently holds the position of editor-in-training.
Matthew Setters is a Senior at Somerset Berkley Regional High School. He is Co-Editor-in-Chief of The Breeze this year, but has been writing for it since his freshman year. Matt does Winter and Spring Track at SBRHS. He also plays Tennis and Golf. He is a member of the Video Club, Student Council, E-Board, DECA, National Honor Society, Yearbook, and of course, The Breeze. Matt’s also known for his obsessive compulsive school spirit, which is enabled by things like Case Rally, Spirit Week, and any other major event.
Ian McCurry is the Co-Editor-in-Chief of The Breeze this year. He is also in everything from the musical to the math team. He’s an Eagle Scout who enjoys long walks on the beach and 40′s swing jazz. Keep a watch for new stories.
Hullo I’m Cat, and I’m a sophomore here at SBRHS. I’m in The Breeze’s photography section and I love taking photos for journalism and for art. I’m passionate about art and want to study abroad in England one day. In my spare time I take classes at RISD, run, do yoga, and of course take photos for The Breeze. ;D
Hi my name is Erica Dube. I am a sophomore. I am in the school orchestra and treble choir. I also participate in Winter Cheerleading and Spring Tennis. I am very excited to be writing for the school paper and I’m looking forward to a great year!
Fashion columnist and eleventh grader, Tess Burns is working on her second year for The Breeze. She has been in love with fashion ever since she first laid eyes on Vogue magazine at the age of seven. Tess is an avid shopper who spends way too much time in specialty shops and at the mall. Besides shopping, Tess enjoys drawing, singing badly, laughing with her friends, playing her viola, named Victor V, reading fashion magazines, going to art museums, and searching for great sales. When not shopping, she splits her time between GSA, Raiders Reaching Out, Amnesty International, school, Orchestra, and of course the newspaper. It is expected that Tess will be a future shopaholic.
My name is Kathy and I’m a sophomore. I like trying anything new and so I decided to try newspaper. When I’m not writing, however, I spend my time like any good student would, doing homework and studying. Besides that I love to hang with my friends, run once in a while, and get involved in a bunch of extracurricular activities. I have family of four including myself, a cat and a fish. That’s all and now you know a little more about me.
When Joshua Goyette is not drawing the inner parts of a rainbow, he’s either jammin’ on his trombone, or planning world domination (which is basically jammin’ on the trombone). He’s mostly seen with his amazing tuque (a winter hat). He is currently in in both Junior Jazz Band and Senior Jazz Band, Newspaper, and Robotics Club. He is usually not dying, but if you see him doing so, please stop him immediately.