Student Highlight: Cas Borowitz

Student Highlight: Cas Borowitz
Posted on 11/15/2019
Cas BorowitzCas Borowitz is very much an individual. She keeps her life
as a young adult and student in check.

In school, Borowitz is enrolled in blended statistics, 12th grade English, net and racket, choir, and history and literature of black civil rights.

Borowitz has been involved in choir, musicals, and even
backup vocals for Thon Factor. Her passion for music and performing inspired her to create an EP with senior Caden Grove on guitar.

“We’ve written songs together before. We’ve done covers together before, but this time, we are going to do something with what we have. We plan on releasing “Pennsylvania Panic” around New Years,” Borowitz said.

Some of Borowitz’s favorite artists include Tame Impala, Pink Floyd, and Alt-J. Although she does not claim to love one genre in specific, she likes experimental music/indie and indie folk.

For her future, Borowitz is looking for a college in a city. She prefers New York or Boston, so the University of Massachusetts, Suffolk, and Marymount are her top three choices.

“I grew up in downtown Pittsburgh, so I just love cities,” Borowitz said.

Borowitz has high hopes for her career. Her dream job is to be a CEO for a designer fashion company or to work in the stock market.

“I love The Wolf of Wall Street, one of my favorite movies. And I want to do that… but legal! Businesses are so interesting to me, the rising and falling of stocks and the psychology behind it all,” Borowitz said.

Speaking of favorite movies, Borowitz loves watching movies in her free time. A few of her top picks are Avatar, Pulp Fiction, Inglorious Basterds, The Exorcist, and of course, The Wolf of Wall Street. She also loves exploring around town, driving to nearby cities, going to punk rock
shows, and trying out new places to eat. The Brazilian steakhouse Fogo de Chão is her all time favorite restaurant.

Mirroring her myriad of interests, Borowitz has a wide, diverse circle of friends and enjoys meeting new and different types of people.

“I would consider myself as a “floater,” like someone who doesn’t have just one specific friend group, except the Bulls, I love the Bulls. But I will always have my brother [sophomore Jackson]."
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