R-Voice: If you had to lose a sense, which would it be?

SIERRA ESPINOSA

INTERVIEWED STUDENTS AT GREEN VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL

PRESTON QUIRT, SENIOR

“I would lose smell because I wouldn’t know if foods that are good don’t smell good.”

DEMETRIUS MORGAN, JUNIOR

“Touch, because you would already be able to see and smell something.”

DUSTIN ELLIOTT, SOPHOMORE

“Taste, because I could still be hungry but I wouldn’t need to taste the food.”

MIRANDA BRADLEY, SOPHOMORE

“My hearing because it would be easy to learn sign language.”

EMMALEE VANWAGONER, FRESHMAN

“My sense of smell because I can deal without smelling things rather than not being able to see or hear.”

MAKENNA JOHNSON, SENIOR

“I would lose touch because it’s the sense you don’t really think about and I think I would get over it easily. It’s not as important as being able to listen to music or taste your favorite foods.”

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