Jeffrey Gomez

Jeffrey Gomez

Jeffrey Gomez used to be terrified of Nik, and his greatest mistake was thinking he shouldn’t be. He is fond of horses, dried mangos, horses eating dried mangos, and deducing people’s auras. A hat can often be found on his head because he cut his own hair and the result is “perfectly round.” He is a Ravenclaw and thinks his aura is blue, which must be nice. To join the Photo Desk or ask about his father and mother figures, you can email him at

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