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She has played fi eld hockey all four years at SHS, is president of the Math Club and a member of the National Honor Society and the Malawi Club and she volunteers at the food pantries in Cliftondale and Malden. She is the daughter of Towfi qur and Rawshon Rahman. She has two younger brothers: Zayan, 4, and Safwan, 14. Rahman was born in Cambridge and lived in Bangladesh and Everett before moving to Saugus four years ago. Q: When you look back on the last four years, what do you consider the biggest accomplishment of this class? A: Overall, I think that this class … They had a lot of confl ict with each other. I think their biggest accomplishment was banding together for events like Prom and Color Day … being able to set aside their diff erences, because there was a lot of confl ict between groups in the school. Q: So, what was the problem? A: A lot of groups just didn’t get along. Our class is made up of very diff erent types of people, and not everyone always sees eye to eye, and that brings a lot of confl ict. You know how High School can be, like friend groups against friend groups. But everyone, when they had to, just came together. Q: What would you say to sum up the 2019 Saugus High School graduating class? What makes it special? A: This class is very passionate. People can get very angry, like, mad about things, and they can translate that into a lot of hard work and dedication. Q: What about your proudest individual accomplishment? A: I’d have to say it’s getting into Harvard, because I never thought I’d ever get in! Q: But what about being top dog in your class? The top student? Or maybe Harvard and that go hand in hand or Harvard is enough, I guess. You never thought about being the top student? A: I was always the top student, growing up, so it’s something I kind of expected of myself. It was never a concern. It wasn’t like I have to beat everyone else. It was more like I need to do my best. It just naturally happened that I ended up at the top, so that’s not why it’s not a big individual accomplishment for me [being top student in her class]. It wasn’t the turning point of my high school career. It was making myself better, so it was never a worry. Q: Lifetime achievement award, I guess, right? A: Yeah. Q: What are you going to do with yourself after Friday night [graduation night]? A: This is going to sound really boring. I’m just going to prepare going to college, and I’m also going to work. I work at Kohl’s here in Saugus, so I’m going to work through the summer; I’m just going to work. I’m going to try to enjoy my summer, but there will be a lot of preparing. Q: What are your career goals? A: I’m also not sure. I really want to go into the environmental fi eld. 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