Matthew Zdun

Matthew Zdun

Biography

Matthew Zdun lives in Illinois and was born in 1997.

•    Matthew's favorite subject is either algebra or literature.

•    He is a member of Math Counts math club, Junior Young Leadership Society, Broadcast Club, Safety Patrol, student council, and Singing Cardinals.

•    Some of his hobbies are drawing, golfing, writing, playing guitar, and singing.

•    The career Matthew is most interested in is broadcast journalism.

"From watching the news, and from my own experiences, I know that the world is full of diverse living styles and diverse people everywhere. It is my dream to be given the opportunity to see places for myself."

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