The Magnet’s anonymous advice columnist is here to answer all your questions and concerns. Drop her a letter in his special box in the library. They will be so happy to help!

Creampuff, Advice Columnist

Q: Teachers and Students keep mistaking me for a middle schooler, but I am an upper schooler. What should I do?

A: Don’t respond and keep it pushing, they’ll figure it out sooner or later. Until then, continue to skip upper schoolers on the lunch line during E block. Gotta take the good with the bad.


Q: Everyone thinks that I like this person but I don’t! How do I make them think I don’t like them?

A: Two ways you can play this out: find new friends or tell them you like someone else who you’d never ever like so they feel bad and leave you alone.


Q: One of my “friends” from last year hates me this year. They constantly ignore me and talk badly about me behind my back. I can’t help but let it get to me. What do I do?

A: Flattery comes in many forms. They can’t hate you if they constantly talk about you. There’s something about your name that they love saying it so much.