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Take a Timeout to Get to Know Rebel Girl of the Week:
Hometown: Indiantown, FL
Major: Theatre Design and Technology
My nicknames include: Aron, Er Bear and Bearon.
My pre-game ritual is: to go over my dances as many times as I can before I go out and perform.
My biggest influences are: my parents. I owe them so much for raising me well and always supporting me.
If I could have one superpower, it would be: to freeze time. I have always been kind of a slow mover. If I could freeze time, I could catch up with everyone else.
The best free show in Las Vegas is: Fremont Street. There is always something fun going on over there.
My most embarrassing moment in a Rebel uniform is: forgetting a routine in front of thousands of Rebel fans. I have done that a time or two.
If I had the opportunity to spend the day with Hey Reb, I would: take him to go skydiving off of the Stratosphere.
Few people know that: I was homeschooled until my freshman year of high school.
My celebrity crush is: Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
The one physical feature that I receive the most compliments on is: my smile.
The one word I would use to describe myself is: quirky.
If a genie granted me three wishes, I would ask for: all of my family to live in the same state, a house that magically cleaned itself and more hours in the day.
My pet peeve is: negativity.
The next risk I want to take is: backpacking in Europe with my brother.
My worst habit is: procrastination.
The top three things on my bucket list are: to win UDA Nationals in the hip hop category, to watch the UNLV football team beat UNR and to witness the Runnin' Rebels win the Mountain West Conference.
Websites: YouTube, The Daily Beast and Pinterest
Vacation spot: Hawaii
Class at UNLV: CRJ 104
Place to eat at in Las Vegas: Musashi Japanese Steak House
Free time activity: Watching movies
TV show: Long Island Medium
Memory in a Rebel uniform: Getting the "Most Collegiate Award" at camp in Alabama this summer