Siblings of Sartell: Megan & Matt Sieben

“A sibling may be the keeper of one’s identity, the only person with the keys to one’s unfettered, more fundamental self.” -Marian Sandmaier


Katrina Schiller

Megan and Matt pose for a picture together at school.

For this edition of Siblings of Sartell, I interviewed Megan Sieben (senior), and Matt Sieben (sophomore) to discuss their sister-brother relationship.

Q. In what ways are you similar?

Megan: “We both play basketball.”

Matt: “We look the same.”

Q. What is your biggest pet peeve about your sibling?

Megan: “He’s kinda messy.”

Matt: “I don’t have one, she’s perfect.”

Q. How do you feel about being in the same school?

Megan: “It’s nice because we can carpool to school.”

Matt: “It’s pretty cool.”

Q. Using one word, how would you describe your relationship?

Megan: “Inconsistent”

Matt: “Rollercoaster”

Q. What are three words you would use to describe your sibling?

Megan: “Athletic, goofy, and sometimes frustrating.”

Matt: “Outgoing, generous, and considerate.”

Q. What is your favorite memory with your sibling?

Megan: “Wefest and family events”

Matt: “Wefest”

Q. If you could tell your sibling one thing, what would it be?

Megan: “Clean the car.”

Matt: “Good luck in college.”