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Aiden Chandler

Aiden Chandler, Prowl Associate Editor

Aiden is a senior at Powell High School. The most important thing to know about him is he finds it excruciating to describe himself in the third person, so this is very painful for him. He is involved in all the ‘cool’ extracurriculars at PHS; tennis, speech and debate, and band. Outside of school he spends his time watching TV and movies, playing video games, and hanging out with his girlfriend. Yes, the tennis player/debater/band kid does in fact have a girlfriend. 

Aiden is ready for his future; he hopes to attend Colorado Christian University and major in secondary history education with a minor in theology. After that he hopes to go to seminary school and become a pastor. 

Even Aiden is man enough to admit he doesn’t do much. He himself would admit he lives a relatively dull and boring life- his favorite food is pizza, his favorite cheese is cheddar, his favorite subject is history, etc. Don’t try to use sarcasm with him, because chances are he won’t understand it. 

“Aiden’s favorite drink is water,” Prowl reporter Taryn Feller said. “That tells you how bland he is.” 

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