Scholar, athlete, musician … Kylan Tatum ’21 needs at least an extra ten hours a week to pursue his passions. What would he pick first? Find out this and more in 5 Questions 4.
You earned a spot on the NJ.com All-Prep Boys’ Tennis Team (in doubles) last spring. What’s the strongest part of your game and what do you feel you need to work on?
I think that the strongest part of my game is my speed, consistency, and ability to stay calm no matter the score of the match. I feel that I need to work on my volleys and second serves, as these are the two parts of my game that are not as consistent as the rest. In addition, I am trying to find a balance between increasing power on my ground strokes and maintaining consistency.
If you had ten extra hours a week you would spend them doing … what?
I would spend them reading and learning new languages. I love to read, however I don’t have much time anymore to do so. So, if I had ten extra hours a week, I would likely spend half of them reading. The other half, I would spend learning languages. Languages fascinate me and are essential to communicating with people around the globe, so I would love to learn a few more.
Which three historical figures would you like to talk to around a Harkness table?
Alexander Hamilton, Karl Heinrich Ulrichs, and Harriet Tubman
What has been your favorite Lawrenceville class so far?
Either Advanced Spanish or Precalculus BC
If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?
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