BRIEF: Sophomores with licenses are a hot commodity


Christian Fend, Staff Writer

Typically, when students turn 16 and get a license, they are in their junior year, but occasionally a sophomore gets his or her license. 

“Well, obviously, I’m able to drive where I want without always needing a ride from someone else,” sophomore George Zagrodzki said. “So this offers a lot of freedom that really just improves the high school experience.” 

While Zagrodzki enjoys the freedom, he says there are drawbacks as well. 

“The major negative of having a car before everyone else is that literally everyone is constantly pestering you for a ride to and from some place,” sophomore George Zagrodzki said. “I don’t mind it too much, but it can be irritating.”