By Cole Conklin
Logan Lin is a senior at BHS. He participates in tennis, gaming, working out, lego building, and more. He currently lives in Batavia with his family, including his two parents, a younger brother, and two cats. He’s currently looking to attend Indiana University or the University of Iowa and major in psychology. He hopes to get a fun and decent-paying job in the future. In addition, Logan has previously worked at Sweet Stop in Geneva, creating some crazy good boba and rolled ice cream. He is currently unemployed.
((DISCLAIMER: Logan is completely okay, and was entirely joking during sections of this interview))
Q1: What do you think is the most important thing for people your age to understand?
I think people need to know how to respect each other. You know, we just need to have a common understanding of an issue from many different perspectives. You don’t want to be so closed-minded and neglect one person’s view.
Q2: What do you consider to be a vital aspect of the human experience?
I think art can be seen as vital to human nature. Art can be seen as many different things and can portray many different messages. People grow and change over time, which means that art also needs to change over time to reflect the human experience. Which it does – in my experience at least.
Q3: What types of media, TV Shows, movies, books, apps, etc. do you like to consume?
Youtube, Netflix, Hulu, TikTok, social media, and various things online.
Q4: If you had one thing on your bucket list, what would it be?
Lowkey, I want to go ziplining. I would love to zipline through the forests in Hawaii.
Q5: Where do you hope to see yourself in the future?
I don’t really care to be honest. I just want to live a good enough life so I won’t be homeless, or lacking in anything I would need. I would hope to have some level of financial stability when I’m older.
Q6: What are your favorite hobbies and activities?
Tennis, gaming, and sleeping. Sleeping is pretty chill.
Q7: What games do you play?
Q8: Why do you play Destiny?
Because it inflates my ego
Q9: In what way does it inflate your ego?
Because I can flex my stats and god-rolled weapons to kids that just installed the game and don’t know how to hold the controller.
Q10: What do you believe your peers think about your Destiny playing?
Uh oh. I have not spoken to any peers in two years due to my Destiny addiction.
Q11:How did I reach out to you then?
You sent me a message through Bungie’s companion app.
Q12: Destiny is looked at as a Sci-Fi game, do you consider your life to be a dystopian Sci-Fi reality?
Yes. But I will be the one to save humanity from the darkness. My blinding light will cast away the shadows of evil that plague this world.
Q13: What is this darkness of humanity you mention?
My homie Kevin.
Q14: What do you believe that consequences would be if Saturn – and its many moons – imploded? And how can we go about alleviating these potential consequences?
So I think it will blow Saturn out of orbit. I also think that this will also affect the amount of braindead players I meet on Destiny by increasing their amount tenfold. We will alleviate this problem by killing anyone who isn’t maxed light level. (killing people in Destiny, that is)
Q15: Before we close off this interview, is there anything else that you would like to add?
Yes, don’t follow down my dark destiny path, and save yourself when you can.