Vivian Feng/The Campanile1 in 2000: Caity BerryVivian Feng and John Tayeri Lifestyle February 28, 2018 Caity Berry: How about I interview you instead? The Campanile: No, that’s not how this works. CB: Sam, do you want to pretend to be me? I’m not witty enough to do this interview. TC: No! Sam is not you. You have to do this Caity. CB: Okay fine, so where were we? TC: Let’s talk about your running. What was your most embarrassing moment as a runner? CB: Oh right. Well, there have been many. The time I threw up at Crystal Springs was pretty bad, also the time I fell over a pole was pretty humiliating. TC: When did you run into a pole? CB: I slammed into it on a run, and then a car stopped and people tried to help me! TC: How does that even happen? What? Klutz… CB: Definitely the worst time was when I threw the water bottle out of the bus window. TC: Yikes… I remember that one. Ok, let’s change the topic. Where do you like to go with your friends? CB: Oh, I really like drinking milkshakes! TC: Ok, so where can one find the best milkshake in Palo Alto? Cb: Ricks. TC: I would disagree. CB: You’re wrong! Fight me! TC: Do you have any hobbies? CB: I love going to the ukulele club! TC: Wait, there’s actually a club for that? CB: Yeah, it’s the best club on campus! TC: Wow, there is a club for everything now, I can’t believe there’s actually a ukulele club. That’s a bit far-fetched. CB: Hey! Stop! TC: Do you ever feel like a plastic bag… CB: Drifting through the wind… TC: Yeah, wanting to start again? CB: Yes. TC: ‘Cause people confuse you with… CB: Katy Perry? TC: Yeah. CB: Yeah. TC: Does that happen? CB: All the time. TC: Really? CB: I was actually named Caity Berry before she changed her name to Katy Perry, so I, like, think she stole it from me. TC: So you’re the original? CB: Yeah, obviously. TC: Do you sing? CB: Obviously better than her, but I play the ukulele. TC: So, among your other talents, word on the street is that you’re also a track star. CB: Well, running is always fun, haven’t really been doing it, but… TC: What do you do at track, then? CB: I’m kind of injured right now, so I can only run twice a week, but trying my hardest. TC: What motivates you to run? CB: I really like the feeling after you run. Running itself is kind of the worst thing ever, but knowing that you finished a race is always nice. TC: Are you excited for next year? CB: I’m excited to be closer to being finished. TC: Anything else you’d like to tell the community? CB: You’re a star.