Homecoming Queen Nominee: Titianna Wonzer

Alyssa Matesic, Staff Writer

Q: How did you feel when you found out you were a nominee for Homecoming Queen?
A: I was really, really happy because it was basically a repeat from last year. The only thing was I didn’t get to be queen last year, so now I’m a senior, and hopefully I win Queen. I was determined this year to get people to vote for me for Homecoming Queen, and they were like “Yeah, sure, of course I’ll vote for you!” So I was really happy.

Q: Why do you want to be Homecoming Queen?
A: I like to be out in the spotlight, I like to be seen. Last year was just so fun, so I want to be Homecoming Queen because I want to represent girls like me. I’m not really all that popular.

Q: What are your plans for Homecoming?
A: Me and my date are going to dinner. We’re going to rent a limo this year, like last year, go to dinner, take pictures, and go to the dance for about an hour or so; and then, just hang out. We were thinking about going to Speed Zone or Adventure Landing or something.

Q: What activities are you involved with at Plano?
A: I’m involved in AVID, last year I was vice president of AVID. I am actually about to start my own club called Generation 2012-2013, and I want to get a whole bunch of juniors and seniors together and I really want this club to carry out after I’m gone and graduated. I really want to get that up and running when I find a sponsor. I’m in NHS, I’m in debate, I’m on the debate team. That’s about it.

Q: What do you like best about Plano?
A: I would say I love the competitiveness of Plano. Plano is a very competitive school, and in every aspect of school they’re very competitive. I like the opportunities that they offer.

Q: What are your long-term aspirations?
A: I want to be a lawyer. My dream is to be a singer, I love to sing. I love music, but as far as an everyday job, I want to be a lawyer. I really want to go to Sam Houston University, but if not, I want to go to University of North Texas. I’m going to minor in a music program, and major in pre-law or political science.